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Our annual ranking of America's largest corporations

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Top companies: Biggest
1 Wal-Mart Stores 1 2,055,000
2 United Parcel Service 46 425,300
3 McDonald's 106 390,000
4 International Business Machines 15 386,558
5 Citigroup 8 380,500
6 Target 31 366,000
7 Sears Holdings 45 337,000
8 General Electric 6 327,000
9 Kroger 26 323,000
10 AT&T 10 309,050
11 Home Depot 22 276,385
12 General Motors 4 266,000
13 Ford Motor 7 246,000
14 FedEx 68 238,935
15 Verizon Communications 17 234,971
16 Berkshire Hathaway 11 232,781
17 United Technologies 39 225,600
18 Bank of America Corp. 9 209,718
19 Aramark 216 207,500
20 Safeway 55 201,000
21 Supervalu 62 191,400
22 Walgreen 40 191,350
23 Lowe's 48 188,000
24 PepsiCo 59 185,000
25 Macy's 91 182,000
26 J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 12 180,667
27 Yum Brands 253 174,580
28 Hewlett-Packard 14 172,000
29 Starbucks 277 172,000
30 Delphi 92 169,500
31 HCA 89 161,000
32 CVS Caremark 24 160,000
33 Wells Fargo 41 159,800
34 Boeing 27 159,300
35 Darden Restaurants 415 157,000
36 Starwood Hotels & Resorts 396 155,000
37 J.C. Penney 126 155,000
38 Marriott International 197 151,000
39 Gap 162 150,000
40 Johnson Controls 72 140,000
41 Best Buy 66 140,000
42 Lockheed Martin 57 140,000
43 Electronic Data Systems 115 139,500
44 Procter & Gamble 23 138,000
45 Emerson Electric 111 137,700
46 Walt Disney 67 137,000
47 TJX 132 129,000
48 Northrop Grumman 76 122,600
49 Honeywell International 73 122,000
50 Wachovia Corp. 38 121,890
From the May 5, 2008 issue
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