Our annual ranking of America's largest corporations

States
State
Rank
Company Fortune 500 rank City Revenues
($ millions)
1 Archer Daniels Midland 27 Decatur 69,207.0
2 Boeing 28 Chicago 68,281.0
3 Walgreen 32 Deerfield 63,335.0
4 State Farm Insurance Cos. 34 Bloomington 61,479.6
5 Sears Holdings 48 Hoffman Estates 44,043.0
6 Kraft Foods 53 Northfield 40,386.0
7 Caterpillar 66 Peoria 32,396.0
8 Allstate 68 Northbrook 32,013.0
9 Abbott Laboratories 75 Abbott Park 30,764.7
10 Deere 107 Moline 23,112.4
11 McDonald's 108 Oak Brook 22,744.7
12 Motorola 110 Schaumburg 22,063.0
13 Exelon 134 Chicago 17,318.0
14 UAL 140 Chicago 16,335.0
15 Illinois Tool Works 169 Glenview 13,903.6
16 Sara Lee 180 Downers Grove 12,881.0
17 Baxter International 185 Deerfield 12,562.0
18 Navistar International 202 Warrenville 11,569.0
19 R.R. Donnelley & Sons 240 Chicago 9,857.4
20 Discover Financial Services 286 Riverwoods 7,985.7
21 Aon 298 Chicago 7,595.0
22 Integrys Energy Group 302 Chicago 7,499.8
23 OfficeMax 313 Naperville 7,212.1
24 W.W. Grainger 349 Lake Forest 6,222.0
25 Fortune Brands 351 Deerfield 6,205.4
26 Smurfit-Stone Container 374 Chicago 5,574.0
27 Telephone & Data Systems 416 Chicago 5,020.7
28 Anixter International 422 Glenview 4,982.4
29 United Stationers 439 Deerfield 4,710.3
30 Tenneco 446 Lake Forest 4,649.0
31 Northern Trust Corp. 497 Chicago 4,193.1
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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