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Exxon Mobil
Financials: Latest Results
Rank: 2 (Previous rank: 2)
Compare tool: Exxon Mobil vs. Top 10
CEO: Rex W. Tillerson
Address: 5959 Las Colinas Blvd.
Irving, TX 75039
Phone: 972-444-1000
Website: www.exxonmobil.com
Exxon Mobil is the oil behemoth everybody loves to hate - except its shareholders, of course. It's the most profitable company on the Fortune 500 for the fifth year in a row, raking in a record-breaking $40 billion in 2007 earnings.

But the company's near single-track focus on fossil fuels - plus its massive profit amid record gas prices - has drawn criticism from the public. An Exxon executive was recently grilled on Capitol Hill, with legislators demanding to know why the company hasn't invested as much in renewables as some of its peers.

Revenues 372,824.0 7.4
Profits 40,610.0 2.8
Assets 242,082.0
Stockholders' equity 121,762.0
Market value (3/28/2008) 455,929.3
Revenues 10.9
Assets 16.8
Stockholders' equity 33.4
2007 $ 7.28
% change from 2006 10.0
1997-2007 annual growth rate % 15.8
2007 24.3
1997-2007 annual rate 14.3
1 Exxon Mobil 2 372,824.0
2 Chevron 3 210,783.0
3 ConocoPhillips 5 178,558.0
4 Valero Energy 16 96,758.0
5 Marathon Oil 36 60,044.0
6 Sunoco 56 42,101.0
7 Hess 77 31,924.0
8 Tesoro 116 21,675.0
9 Murphy Oil 134 18,439.1
10 Western Refining 342 7,305.0
11 Frontier Oil 462 5,188.7
12 Holly 484 4,791.7
13 CVR Energy 680 2,966.9
14 Calumet Specialty Products 996 1,637.8
From the May 5, 2008 issue
Revenues: Excise taxes have been excluded.
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