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Industries
  Industry
A Advertising, Marketing
  Aerospace and Defense
  Airlines
  Apparel
  Automotive Retailing, Services
B Beverages
C Chemicals
  Commercial Banks
  Computer Peripherals
  Computer Software
  Computers, Office Equipment
  Construction and Farm Machinery
D Diversified Financials
  Diversified Outsourcing Services
E Electronics, Electrical Equipment
  Energy
  Engineering, Construction
  Entertainment
F Financial Data Services
  Food and Drug Stores
  Food Consumer Products
  Food Production
  Food Services
  Forest and Paper Products
G General Merchandisers
H Health Care: Insurance and Managed Care
  Health Care: Medical Facilities
  Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services
  Home Equipment, Furnishings
  Hotels, Casinos, Resorts
  Household and Personal Products
I Industrial Machinery
  Information Technology Services
  Insurance: Life, Health (mutual)
  Insurance: Life, Health (stock)
  Insurance: Property and Casualty (mutual)
  Insurance: Property and Casualty (stock)
  Internet Services and Retailing
M Mail, Package, and Freight Delivery
  Medical Products and Equipment
  Metals
  Mining, Crude-Oil production
  Miscellaneous
  Motor Vehicles and Parts
N Network and Other Communications Equipment
O Oil and Gas Equipment, Services
P Packaging, Containers
  Petroleum Refining
  Pharmaceuticals
  Pipelines
  Publishing, Printing
R Railroads
S Scientific, Photographic, and Control Equipment
  Securities
  Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components
  Specialty Retailers
T Telecommunications
  Temporary Help
  Tobacco
  Transportation and Logistics
  Trucking, Truck Leasing
U Utilities: Gas and Electric
W Waste Management
  Wholesalers: Diversified
  Wholesalers: Electronics and Office Equipment
  Wholesalers: Food and Grocery
  Wholesalers: Health Care
Issue date: May 3, 2010.
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Rank # of Fortune 500 Companies
California 57
Texas 57
New York 56
Company 2009 $ (millions)
Exxon Mobil $19,280.0
Microsoft $14,569.0
Wal-Mart Stores $14,335.0
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