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Fortune 500
Rank Company Revenues
($ millions)
Profits
($ millions)
601 Coach 3,230.5 623.4
602 Torchmark 3,222.4 405.0
603 Brightpoint 3,211.5 26.6
604 Tractor Supply 3,206.9 115.5
605 J.B. Hunt Transport Services 3,203.3 136.4
606 Vanguard Health Systems 3,201.4 28.6
607 McCormick 3,192.1 299.8
608 Berry Plastics 3,187.1 -26.2
609 Steelcase 3,183.7 -11.7
610 Intuit 3,182.5 447.0
611 Warner Music Group 3,176.0 -100.0
612 Securian Financial Group 3,173.7 113.3
613 NSTAR 3,166.9 253.2
614 Systemax 3,166.0 46.2
615 Comerica 3,155.0 17.0
616 Ambac Financial Group 6 3,142.4 -2,913.5
617 Scotts Miracle-Gro 3,141.5 153.3
618 CVR Energy 3,136.3 69.4
619 General Growth Properties 3,135.8 -1,284.7
620 Brink's 3,135.0 200.2
621 Leggett & Platt 3,122.3 111.8
622 Mercury General 3,121.5 403.1
623 Lennar 3,119.4 -417.1
624 Diversey Holdings 3,110.9 -48.6
625 NewPage Holding 3,106.0 -323.0
626 Williams-Sonoma 3,102.7 77.4
627 DynCorp International 3,101.1 69.8
628 National Life Group 3,097.1 40.4
629 Patterson 3,094.2 199.6
630 Hewitt Associates 3,073.6 265.1
631 Protective Life 3,068.0 271.5
632 Silgan Holdings 3,066.8 159.4
633 Allegheny Technologies 3,054.9 31.7
634 Wynn Resorts 3,045.6 20.7
635 Questar 3,038.0 393.3
636 Robert Half International 3,036.5 37.3
637 Bon-Ton Stores 3,034.9 -4.1
638 PHH 3,033.0 153.0
639 Molson Coors Brewing 3,032.4 720.4
640 Andersons 3,025.3 38.4
641 CommScope 3,024.9 77.8
642 Bell Microproducts 3,021.2 7.5
643 Susser Holdings 3,015.4 2.1
644 Iron Mountain 3,013.6 220.9
645 Liz Claiborne 3,012.5 -305.7
646 Aleris International 2,996.7 -1,187.4
647 Windstream 2,996.6 334.5
648 Harsco 2,990.6 118.8
649 American Eagle Outfitters 2,990.5 169.0
650 LifePoint Hospitals 2,979.8 134.1
651 Abercrombie & Fitch 2,977.0 0.3
652 Hudson City Bancorp 2,975.4 527.2
653 Rockwood Holdings 2,962.9 21.1
654 Expedia 2,955.4 299.5
655 MBIA 2,954.0 623.2
656 American National Insurance 2,949.8 15.6
657 Adobe Systems 2,945.9 386.5
658 Unitrin 2,933.4 164.7
659 Catalyst Health Solutions 2,894.4 65.2
660 Regal Entertainment Group 2,893.9 95.5
661 Harman International Industries 2,891.0 -422.6
662 Valspar 2,879.0 160.2
663 Lennox International 2,873.6 51.1
664 OGE Energy 2,869.7 258.3
665 Hanover Insurance Group 2,834.1 197.2
666 Convergys 2,827.2 -77.3
667 FMC 2,826.2 228.5
668 W.R. Grace 2,825.0 71.2
669 Borders Group 2,823.9 -109.4
670 Amphenol 2,820.1 317.8
671 Rock-Tenn 2,812.3 222.3
672 Watson Pharmaceuticals 2,793.0 222.0
673 Greif 2,792.2 132.4
674 Cytec Industries 2,789.5 -2.5
675 E*Trade Financial 2,789.0 -1,297.8
676 Exterran Holdings 2,784.7 -549.4
677 Armstrong World Industries 2,780.0 77.7
678 Cooper Tire & Rubber 2,779.0 51.8
679 Brunswick 2,776.1 -586.2
680 StanCorp Financial 2,770.0 208.9
681 NVR 2,756.2 192.2
682 Vornado Realty Trust 2,752.4 106.2
683 Popular 2,752.4 -573.9
684 Rent A Center 2,752.0 167.9
685 HSN 2,749.6 72.5
686 LPL Investment Holdings 2,749.5 47.5
687 Jack in the Box 2,743.3 118.4
688 Diebold 2,741.5 26.0
689 CACI International 2,730.2 95.5
690 Tiffany & Co 2,722.9 264.8
691 WGL Holdings 2,706.9 120.4
692 CUNA Mutual Group 2,695.0 51.4
693 Pentair 2,692.5 115.5
694 Massey Energy 2,691.2 104.4
695 Vulcan Materials 2,690.5 30.3
696 Celgene 2,689.9 776.7
697 HealthSpring 2,666.0 133.6
698 Nicor 2,652.1 135.5
699 Bucyrus International 2,651.8 312.7
700 Magellan Health Services 2,641.8 106.7
Issue date: May 3, 2010.
1Acquired Centex (2009 rank: 530), Aug. 18, 2009, and changed name from Pulte Homes, April 6, 2010.
2Net income is not included because company's emergence from bankruptcy, which included forgiveness of debt, distorted results. The company reported net income of $184.3 million to the SEC.
3Acquired by Pulte Homes, now PulteGroup (2009 rank: 508), Aug. 18, 2009.
4Acquired Black & Decker (2009 rank: 435) and changed name from Stanley Works, March 12, 2010.
5Spun off from Loews (2009 rank: 165), June 11, 2008.
6Figures are for the four quarters ended Sept. 30, 2009.
7Acquired Terra Industries (2009 rank: 980), April 15, 2010.
8Net income is not included because company's emergence from bankruptcy, which included forgiveness of debt, distorted results. The company reported net income of $8,257 million to the SEC.
9Figures are for the four quarters ended Mar. 31, 2009.
10Figures are for the four quarters ended Oct. 31, 2009.
11Acquired by CF Industries (2009 rank: 707), April 15, 2010.
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