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REVENUES PROFITS
Rank Company Fortune 1000 rank $ millions % change from 2007 $ millions % change from 2007
1 CVS Caremark 19 87,471.9 14.6 3,212.1 21.8
2 Kroger 22 76,000.0 8.2 1,249.4 5.8
3 Walgreen 36 59,034.0 9.8 2,157.0 5.7
4 Safeway 50 44,104.0 4.3 965.3 8.7
5 Supervalu 51 44,048.0 17.8 593.0 31.2
6 Rite Aid 100 24,417.7 39.5 -1,079.0 -4122.2
7 Publix Super Markets 101 24,109.6 3.9 1,089.8 -8.0
8 Whole Foods Market 324 7,953.9 20.7 114.5 -37.3
9 Winn-Dixie Stores 340 7,281.4 0.8 12.8 -95.7
10 Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea 360 6,963.8 1.7 -160.7 -697.5
11 Ruddick 555 3,992.4 9.7 96.8 19.9
12 Stater Bros. Holdings 580 3,741.3 1.8 40.6 -17.7
13 Ingles Markets 650 3,238.0 13.6 52.1 -11.1
14 Weis Markets 796 2,422.4 4.5 47.0 -7.8
15 Fred's 963 1,798.8 1.0 16.6 55.3
16 Duane Reade Holdings 971 1,774.0 5.2 -72.8 N.A.
Rank Company Revenues % Assets % Stockholders'
Equity %
1 CVS Caremark 3.7 5.3 9.3
2 Kroger 1.6 5.4 24.1
3 Walgreen 3.7 9.6 16.8
4 Safeway 2.2 5.5 14.2
5 Supervalu 1.3 2.8 10.0
6 Rite Aid -4.4 -9.4 -63.1
7 Publix Super Markets 4.5 13.5 19.3
8 Whole Foods Market 1.4 3.4 7.6
9 Winn-Dixie Stores 0.2 0.7 1.6
10 Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea -2.3 -4.4 -38.4
11 Ruddick 2.4 5.7 11.7
12 Stater Bros. Holdings 1.1 3.2 100.3
13 Ingles Markets 1.6 3.8 13.5
14 Weis Markets 1.9 5.5 7.7
15 Fred's 0.9 3.1 4.3
16 Duane Reade Holdings -4.1 -10.2 N.A.
EARNINGS PER SHARE TOTAL RETURN TO INVESTORS EMPLOYEES
Rank Company 1998-2008 Annual growth (%) 1998-2008 Annual rate (%) 2008 (%) Number % change from 2007
1 CVS Caremark 16.1 1.1 -27.2 170,000 6.2
2 Kroger N.A. -1.0 0.2 326,000 0.9
3 Walgreen 15.6 -1.1 -34.4 200,000 4.5
4 Safeway 3.3 -8.7 -29.7 197,000 -2.0
5 Supervalu 4.3 -3.9 -59.8 192,000 0.3
6 Rite Aid N.A. -39.7 -88.9 86,856 61.8
7 Publix Super Markets 14.3 N.A. N.A. 107,000 0.9
8 Whole Foods Market 7.2 -1.6 -76.4 49,800 2.3
9 Winn-Dixie Stores N.A. N.A. -4.6 36,250 -2.5
10 Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea N.A. -12.0 -80.0 33,405 31.2
11 Ruddick 7.2 3.9 -19.1 25,500 32.8
12 Stater Bros. Holdings N.A. N.A. N.A. 18,500 2.8
13 Ingles Markets N.A. 10.1 -28.5 13,490 10.2
14 Weis Markets -1.4 1.9 -12.9 17,000 0.0
15 Fred's 4.9 8.0 12.5 9,979 -1.7
16 Duane Reade Holdings N.A. N.A. N.A. 6,800 1.5
Issue date: May 4, 2009
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