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Top 30 U.S. Companies by Revenue (Infographics)

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Last Updated: 23rd July, 2019

Top US Companies by Revenue

What is the richest company in the world? If you think tech companies dominate the list you thought wrong. Good ol’ Walmart tops the list with a value more than twice of Apple’s, the richest company to come out of Silicon Valley. Here’s an updated 2019 list of the richest companies in the world for 2019.

  1. Walmart– $514.4 billion revenue in 2019
  2. State Grid Corporation of China– $363.1 billion revenue in 2019
  3. Sinopec Group– $314.4 billion revenue in 2019
  4. China National Petroleum Corporation– $314.0 billion revenue in 2019
  5. Toyota Motor– $272.0 billion revenue in 2019

There are several parameters by which the richest companies in the world are ranked. These include market cap, revenue, profits, and brand value. For instance, Statista.com lists the top 10 largest companies in the world by market value. The list includes leading companies that have made it big in the stock market in recent times such as Facebook, Amazon, and Alphabet. The topper is Apple whose market cap is a whopping $913.17 billion in March 2018.

The Top 30  U.S. companies are listed below based on their total revenue in the financial year ending on or before Jan 31, 2018

Assumptions: Some of these companies are involved in multiple economic sectors; the Infograph shows only their primary ones.

Top 30  U.S. companies by Revenue

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You may be wondering, “How is Google not here?!” The answer is Google is a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., and Alphabet is shown here.

Home Depot receives more money that Microsoft in sales, however their margins are much lower so their expenses are higher and earnings are much lower than Microsoft.

Interesting to note that San Francisco has 5 and Seattle has 3. L.A. has 0.

6 of the top 30, and 4 of the top 15 are Healthcare Companies.

The “Change” percentage refers to how much the company’s revenue has grown or shrunk since it’s previous fiscal year.

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