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19. Cardinal Health
Cardinal Health
Financials: Latest Results
Rank: 19 (Previous rank: 19)
Compare tool: Cardinal Health vs. Top 10
CEO: R. Kerry Clark
Address: 7000 Cardinal Place
Dublin, OH 43017
Phone: 614-757-5000
Website: www.cardinal.com
The drug wholesaler and medical supply manufacturer sold off its pharmaceutical technologies and services division last April to the Blackstone Group for $3.3 billion, which helped to nearly double annual profit.

Cardinal is the second-largest drug distributor in the United States, after McKesson, and is the largest provider of specialized nuclear medications used to treat cancer and heart disease.

In July, the company reached a settlement with the SEC that concluded an investigation into its financial reporting from 2000 to 2004, resulting in a $35 million fine.

Revenues 88,363.9 7.9
Profits 1,931.1 93.1
Assets 23,153.8
Stockholders' equity 7,376.9
Market value (3/28/2008) 18,746.1
Revenues 2.2
Assets 8.3
Stockholders' equity 26.2
2007 $ 4.77
% change from 2006 104.7
1997-2007 annual growth rate % 20.3
2007 -9.8
1997-2007 annual rate 5.9
1 McKesson 18 93,574.0
2 Cardinal Health 19 88,363.9
3 AmerisourceBergen 28 66,074.3
4 Owens & Minor 360 6,800.5
5 Henry Schein 410 6,001.3
6 Patterson 710 2,798.4
7 PSS World Medical 965 1,741.6
From the May 5, 2008 issue
Figures are for fiscal year ended June 30, 2007.
Revenues: Includes revenues from discontinued operations.
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