Fortune 500 Company List 2021 Compilations


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Walmart takes No. 1 spot for eighth straight year; Amazon.com jumps up to No. 2, their all-time high ranking, Exxon Mobil No. 3 and Apple No. 4.

It’s annual list of the largest corporations in the United States.The revenue threshold for making the 2020 FORTUNE 500 list was $5.7 billion, up 1% from last year.

The Top 200 Fortune 500 list are:

  1. Walmart
  2. Amazon
  3. Exxon Mobil
  4. Apple
  5. CVS Health
  6. Berkshire Hathaway
  7. UnitedHealth Group
  8. McKesson
  9. AT&T
  10. AmerisourceBergen
  11. Alphabet
  12. Ford Motor
  13. Cigna
  14. Costco Wholesale
  15. Chevron
  16. Cardinal Health
  17. General Motors
  18. Walgreen Boots Alliance
  19. Verizon Communication
  20. Microsoft
  21. Marathon petroleum
  22. Kroger
  23. Fannie Mae
  24. Bank of Africa
  25. Home Depot
  26. Phillips 66
  27. Comcast
  28. Anthem
  29. Wells Fargo
  30. Citigroup
  31. Valero Energy
  32. General Electric
  33. Dell Technologies
  34. Johnson & Johnson
  35. State Farm Insurance
  36. Target
  37. International Business Machine
  38. Raytheon Technologies
  39. Boeing
  40. Freddie Mac
  41. Centene
  42. UPS
  43. Lowe’s
  44. Intel
  45. Facebook
  46. FedEx
  47. MetLife
  48. Walt Disney
  49. Procter & Gamble
  50. PepsiCo
  51. Humana
  52. Prudential Financial
  53. Archer Daniels Midland
  54. Albertsons
  55. Sysco
  56. Lockheed Martin
  57. HP
  58. Energy Transfer
  59. Goldman Sachs Group
  60. Morgan Stanley
  61. Caterpillar
  62. Cisco Systems
  63. Pfizer
  64. HCA Healthcare
  65. American International Group
  66. American Express
  67. Delta Air lines
  68. Merck
  69. American Airlines Group
  70. Charter Communications
  71. Allstate
  72. New York life Insurance
  73. NationWide
  74. Best Buy
  75. United Airlines Holdings
  76. Liberty Mutual Insurance Group
  77. Dow
  78. Tyson Food
  79. TJX
  80. TIAA
  81. Oracle
  82. General Dynamics
  83. Deere
  84. Nike
  85. Progressive
  86. Publix Super Markets
  87. Coca Cola
  88. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance
  89. Tech Data
  90. World Fuel Services
  91. Honeywell International
  92. ConocoPhillips
  93. USAA
  94. Exelon
  95. Northrop Grumman
  96. Capital One Financial
  97. Plains GP Holdings
  98. AbbVie
  99. Stone X Group
  100. Enterprise Products Partners
  101. Northwestern Mutual
  102. 3M
  103. Abbott Laboratories
  104. CHS
  105. Travellers
  106. Phillips Morris International
  107. Raytheon
  108. Hewllett Packard International
  109. Arrow Electronics
  110. ViacomCBS
  111. Dollar General
  112. U.S. Bancorp
  113. Starbucks
  114. Bristol Myers Squibb
  115. US Foods Holding
  116. Mondelez International
  117. Paccar
  118. Thermo Fisher Scientific
  119. Macy’s
  120. Jabil
  121. Kraft Heinz
  122. Duke Energy
  123. Tesla
  124. PBF Energy
  125. Qualcomm
  126. NGL Energy Partners
  127. CBRE Group
  128. Baker Hughes
  129. Synnex
  130. Dollar Tree
  131. Cummins
  132. United Natural Foods
  133. Micron Technologies
  134. Amgen
  135. Penske Automotive Group
  136. Visa
  137. Broadcom
  138. Nucor
  139. Gilead Sciences
  140. Southwest Airlines
  141. Halliburton
  142. Lumen Technologies
  143. International Paper
  144. Eli Lilly
  145. Aflac
  146. Lennar
  147. Occidental Petroleum
  148. Union Pacific
  149. Rite Aid
  150. PNC Financial Services Group
  151. Dupont
  152. Southern
  153. AutoNation
  154. DXC Technology
  155. McDonald’s
  156. Marriott International
  157. ManpowerGroup
  158. Bank of New York Mellon
  159. Hartford Financial Services
  160. Danaher
  161. Whirlpool
  162. AECOM
  163. Netflix
  164. Kohl’s
  165. Lear
  166. Altria Group
  167. Performance Food Group
  168. Avnet
  169. Synchrony Financial
  170. Genuine Parts
  171. NextEra Energy
  172. CarMax
  173. Tenet Healthcare
  174. Kimberly-Clark
  175. Emerson Electric
  176. WestRock
  177. CDW
  178. Jones Lang LaSalle
  179. Sherwin-Williams
  180. Fluor
  181. PayPal
  182. D.R. Horton
  183. HollyFrontier
  184. Tenneco
  185. EOG Resources
  186. BD
  187. Lincoln National
  188. PG&E
  189. SalesForce
  190. Mastercard
  191. General Mills
  192. Molina Healthcare
  193. Cognizant Technology Solutions
  194. Marsh & McLennan
  195. XPO Logistics
  196. Dominion Energy
  197. Western Digital
  198. GAP
  199. Aramark
  200. Jp Morgan Chase
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