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Rank Company 500 Rank 2009 %
1 Avis Budget Group 409 1,774.3
2 Dana Holding 398 1,364.9
3 TRW Automotive Holdings 201 563.3
4 Tenneco 446 501.0
5 Rite Aid 89 387.1
6 Dillard's 348 374.1
7 Tenet Healthcare 253 368.7
8 Unisys 452 353.6
9 Advanced Micro Devices 390 348.1
10 Ford Motor 8 336.7
11 Oshkosh 386 322.3
12 Health Management Associates 443 306.1
13 Genworth Financial 257 301.1
14 Micron Technology 432 300.0
15 ArvinMeritor 450 292.3
16 Sanmina-SCI 405 291.1
17 Western Digital 304 285.6
18 Ashland 280 283.5
19 Huntsman 293 252.3
20 Virgin Media 359 243.2
21 Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold 154 228.5
22 CB Richard Ellis Group 499 214.1
23 CarMax 323 207.7
24 Whole Foods Market 284 190.8
25 Nordstrom 270 190.4
26 WellCare Health Plans 328 185.8
27 Domtar 383 176.5
28 Sonic Automotive 345 171.7
29 MeadWestvaco 357 171.6
30 Synnex 294 170.6
31 Jarden 406 169.5
32 Jabil Circuit 199 167.3
33 Group 1 Automotive 457 163.2
34 Amazon.com 100 162.3
35 Tech Data 109 161.5
36 Celanese 414 160.5
37 Las Vegas Sands 456 151.9
38 Apple 56 146.9
39 Sun Microsystems 204 145.3
40 Community Health Systems 191 144.2
41 Starbucks 241 143.8
42 FMC Technologies 467 142.7
43 Enterprise GP Holdings 92 140.2
44 International Paper 104 136.8
45 Goodyear Tire & Rubber 141 136.2
46 Hertz Global Holdings 318 135.1
47 Enbridge Energy Partners 364 133.1
48 Global Partners 368 127.5
49 American Express 88 124.6
50 Reliance Steel & Aluminum 394 119.6
Issue date: May 3, 2010.
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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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