Fortune on Monday released its annual list of the 500 largest companies in the United States, with Walmart retaining its top spot on the Fortune 500 for the fourth consecutive year.
The retail giant is joined this year by runner-up Exxon Mobil, followed by Apple, Berkshire Hathaway, McKesson, UnitedHealth Group, CVS Health, General Motors and Ford Motor. AT&T rounds out the top 10 list.
Fortune 500 ranks companies by total revenues from their respective fiscal years. It’s the 62nd time the list has been debuted. Fourteen companies, including Big Lots and Hertz, returned to the influential list this year after being bumped off the Fortune 500 for at least a year.
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Fortune 500 companies represent two-thirds of the country, according to the magazine. More than half of Fortune 500 companies saw sales drop, including Walmart, USA Today reports.
“The Fortune 500 emerged a bit battered from events of the past year,” Fortune Editor Alan Murray wrote about this year’s selection. “The poor performance of energy companies, in particular, took its toll, as did the flight from public markets by companies like Safeway and PetSmart…. But the list remains the benchmark of business success.”
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