Our annual ranking of America's largest corporations

Movers
Company 2010 rank 2009 rank Rank loss from 2009
Weyerhaeuser 379 236 -143
Terex 402 275 -127
Bank of New York Mellon Corp. 274 156 -118
Integrys Energy Group 302 185 -117
Sanmina-SCI 405 292 -113
Paccar 282 170 -112
TravelCenters of America 440 332 -108
United States Steel 211 105 -106
Applied Materials 421 315 -106
Frontier Oil 488 383 -105
ArvinMeritor 450 346 -104
YRC Worldwide 396 293 -103
Energy Transfer Equity 388 286 -102
Nucor 206 106 -100
Anadarko Petroleum 260 162 -98
Devon Energy 261 163 -98
Enbridge Energy Partners 364 268 -96
Reliance Steel & Aluminum 394 298 -96
AbitibiBowater 472 379 -93
Kinder Morgan 315 223 -92
Franklin Resources 495 410 -85
EOG Resources 434 350 -84
Dana Holding 398 316 -82
Atmos Energy 424 343 -81
Western Refining 330 253 -77
Global Partners 368 291 -77
Commercial Metals 327 251 -76
General Cable 469 396 -73
World Fuel Services 205 137 -68
Northern Trust Corp. 497 430 -67
Chesapeake Energy 296 230 -66
Calpine 338 272 -66
Pantry 382 317 -65
Williams 276 218 -58
GMAC 122 66 -56
Apache 271 217 -54
Visteon 335 282 -53
Occidental Petroleum 150 98 -52
Eastman Chemical 415 364 -51
Oneok 209 159 -50
Blockbuster 500 450 -50
Plains All American Pipeline 128 79 -49
Tesoro 139 91 -48
Textron 220 173 -47
Lear 242 195 -47
NiSource 336 289 -47
Rockwell Automation 476 429 -47
Celanese 414 368 -46
Scana 489 445 -44
Host Hotels & Resorts 492 449 -43
Issue date: May 3, 2010.
* A returnee to the Fortune 500 list.
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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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