List of largest companies by revenue

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The largest public, state-owned, and private businesses by its consolidated revenue. The list is limited to 50 companies with annual revenues exceeding $100 billion US. The most common industry is oil and gas, with nearly one third being classified as such.

The availability and reliability of up-to-date information on prior state-owned companies is limited and varies from country to country; thus, this list may be incomplete. This list is shown in U.S. dollars, but many of the companies on it prepare their accounts in other currencies. The dollar value of their revenue may change substantially in a short period of time due to exchange rate fluctuations.

List of largest companies by revenue[edit]

     State-owned enterprise

Ranking Name Industry Revenue (USD billions) Revenue growth Employees Country Headquarters CEO Ref(s)
1 Walmart Retail $482 Decrease 0.7% 2,300,000 United States Bentonville, Arkansas Doug McMillon [1]
2 State Grid Electric utility $330
Decrease 2.9%
927,839 China Beijing Shu Yinbiao [2]
3 Samsung Conglomerate $315
Decrease 9.4%
319,000 South Korea Suwon Oh-Hyun Kwon [3]
4 Saudi Aramco Oil and gas $311
Increase 40.1%
65,266 Saudi Arabia Dhahran Amin H. Nasser [4]
5 China National
Petroleum
$299
Decrease 30.2%
1,589,508 China Beijing Wang Yilin [5]
6 Sinopec Group $294
Decrease 34.1%
810,538 China Beijing Wang Yupu [6]
7 Royal Dutch Shell $272
Decrease 36.9%
90,000 Netherlands United Kingdom The Hague, London Ben van Beurden [7]
8 Exxon Mobil $246
Decrease 35.6%
75,600 United States Irving, Texas Rex Tillerson [8]
9 Volkswagen Automotive $237
Decrease 11.9%
610,076 Germany Wolfsburg Matthias Müller [9]
10 Toyota $237
Decrease 4.5%
348,877 Japan Toyota, Aichi Akio Toyoda [10]
11 Apple Consumer electronics $234
Increase 27.9%
110,000 United States Cupertino, California Tim Cook [11]
12 BP Oil and gas $223
Decrease 37%
79,800 United Kingdom London Bob Dudley [12]
13 Berkshire Hathaway Conglomerate $211
Increase 8.3%
331,000 United States Omaha, Nebraska Warren Buffett [13]
14 McKesson Pharmaceuticals $192
Increase 6.2%
68,000 United States San Francisco John Hammergren [14]
15 Hyundai Motor Group Conglomerate $183
Increase 9.4%
278,540 South Korea Seoul Chung Mong-koo [15]
16 Glencore Commodities $170
Decrease 22.9%
102,388 Switzerland Baar Ivan Glasenberg [16]
17 Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Financial services $167
Increase 2.5%
466,346 China Beijing Yi Huiman [17]
18 Daimler Automotive $166
Decrease 3.8%
284,015 Germany Stuttgart Dieter Zetsche [18]
19 United Health Health care $157
Increase 20.4%
200,000 United States Minnetonka, Minnesota Stephen Hemsley [19]
20 CVS Health Retail $153
Increase 10%
199,000 United States Woonsocket, Rhode Island Larry Merlo [20]
20 Exor Financial services $153
Decrease 5.9%
303,247 Italy Turin John Elkann [21]
21 General Motors Automotive $152
Decrease 2.3%
215,000 United States Detroit Mary Barra [22]
22 Ford Motor $150
Increase 3.8%
199,000 United States Dearborn, Michigan Mark Fields [23]
23 China Construction Bank Financial services $148
Increase 3.7%
369,183 China Beijing Wang Zuji [24]
24 AT&T Telecommunications $147
Increase 10.8%
281,450 United States Dallas, Texas Randall L. Stephenson [25]
25 Total Oil and gas $143
Decrease 32.4%
96,019 France Courbevoie Patrick Pouyanne [26]
26 Foxconn Electronics $141
Increase 1.6%
1,060,000 China China Terry Gou [27]
27 General Electric Conglomerate $140
Decrease 5.3%
333,000 United States Fairfield, Connecticut Jeffrey Immelt [28]
28 China Construction Engineering Construction $140
Increase 7.9%
241,474 China Beijing Guan Qing [29]
29 AmerisourceBergen Pharmaceuticals $136
Increase 13.7%
17,000 United States Chesterbrook, Pennsylvania Steven H. Collis [30]
30 Agricultural Bank of China Financial services $136
Increase 2.6%
508,726 China Beijing Zhao Huan [31]
31 Verizon Telecommunications $132
Increase 3.6%
177,700 United States New York City Lowell McAdam [32]
32 Chevron Oil and gas $131
Decrease 35.7%
61,500 United States San Ramon, California John Watson [33]
33 E·ON Electric utility $129
Decrease 14.6%
56,490 Germany Essen Johannes Teyssen [34]
34 AXA Financial services $129
Decrease 19.8%
98,279 France Paris Henri de Castries [35]
35 Allianz $123
Decrease 10.2%
142,459 Germany Munich Oliver Bäte [36]
36 Bank of China $122
Increase 1.1%
310,042 China Beijing Chen Siqing [37]
37 Honda Automotive $122
Increase 0.3%
208,399 Japan Tokyo Takahiro Hachigo [38]
38 Japan Post Conglomerate $119
Decrease 8.4%
250,876 Japan Tokyo Masatsugu Nagato [39]
39 Costco Retail $118
Decrease 3.2%
161,000 United States Issaquah, Washington W. Craig Jelinek [40]
40 BNP Paribas Financial services $112
Decrease 10.3%
181,551 France Paris Jean-Laurent Bonnafé [41]
41 Fannie Mae $110
Decrease 5.2%
7,300 United States Washington, D.C. Timothy Mayopoulos [42]
42 Ping An Insurance $110
Increase 28.2%
275,011 China Shenzhen Ma Mingzhe [43]
43 Kroger Retail $110
Increase 1.3%
431,000 United States Cincinnati Rodney McMullen [44]
44 Société Générale Financial services $108
Decrease 8.9%
151,149 France Paris Frédéric Oudéa [45]
45 Amazon Retail $107
Increase 20.2%
230,800 United States Seattle Jeff Bezos [46]
46 China Mobile Telecommunications $107
Decrease 0.7%
436,651 China Beijing Li Yue [47]
47 SAIC Motor Automotive $107
Increase 4.3%
92,780 China Shanghai Chen Zhixin [48]
=50 SK Group Conglomerate $103
Increase 5.4%
70,000 South Korea Seoul Chey Tae-won [49]
=50 Walgreens Boots Alliance Pharmaceuticals $103
Increase 35.4%
302,500 United States Deerfield, Illinois Stefano Pessina [50]
=50 HP Consumer electronics $103
Decrease 7.3%
287,000 United States Palo Alto, California Dion Weisler [51]
58 Petrobras Petroleum $100
Increase 1.6%
86.111 Brazil Rio de janeiro Pedro Parente [52]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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