List of largest companies by revenue

This list comprises the world's largest companies by consolidated 2020 revenue, according to the Fortune Global 500 latest tally published on August 10, 2020.[2] American retail corporation Walmart has been the world's largest company by revenue since 2014.

Walmart has been the world's largest company by revenue since 2014.[1]

The list is limited to the top 50 companies, all of which have annual revenues exceeding US$108 billion. Only companies that publish financial data and report figures to a government agency are included. Therefore, this list is incomplete.[3]

ListEdit

  State-owned enterprise (government owns 50% or more)

Rank Name Industry Revenue Profit Employees Headquarters[note 1] Ref
USD Millions
1 Walmart Retail   $559,200 $19,742 2,300,000   United States [4]
2 Sinopec Group Oil and gas   $407,009 $6,793 582,648   China [5]
3 Amazon Retail   $386,064 $17,377 1,298,000   United States [6]
4 State Grid Electricity   $383,906 $7,970 907,677   China [7]
5 China National Petroleum Oil and gas   $379,130 $4,433 1,344,410   China [8]
6 Royal Dutch Shell Oil and gas   $344,379 $15,842 83,000   Netherlands   United Kingdom [9]
7 Saudi Aramco Oil and gas   $329,784 $88,211 79,000   Saudi Arabia [10]
8 Volkswagen Automotive   $282,760 $15,542 671,205   Germany [11]
9 BP Oil and gas   $282,610 $4,026 72,500   United Kingdom [12]
10 Toyota Automotive   $275,288 $19,096 359,542   Japan [13]
11 Apple Electronics   $274,515 $55,256 147,000   United States [14]
12 ExxonMobil Oil and gas   $264,938 $14,340 74,900   United States [15]
13 CVS Health Healthcare   $256,776 $6,634 290,000   United States [16]
14 Berkshire Hathaway Financials   $254,616 $81,417 391,500   United States [17]
15 UnitedHealth Healthcare   $242,155 $13,839 325,000   United States [18]
16 McKesson Healthcare   $231,051 $900 70,000   United States [19]
17 Glencore Commodities   $215,111 -$404 88,246   Switzerland [20]
18 China State Construction Construction   $205,839 $3,333 335,038   China [21]
19 Samsung Electronics Electronics   $197,705 $18,453 287,439   South Korea [22]
20 Daimler Automotive   $193,346 $2,661 298,655   Germany [23]
21 Ping An Insurance Financials   $184,280 $21,627 372,194   China [24]
22 Alphabet Information technology   $182,530 $34,343 135,301   United States [25]
23 AT&T Telecommunications   $181,193 $13,903 247,800   United States [26]
24 AmerisourceBergen Healthcare   $179,589 $855 21,500   United States [27]
25 ICBC Financials   $177,069 $45,194 445,106   China [28]
26 Total Oil and gas   $176,249 $11,267 107,776   France [29]
27 Foxconn Electronics   $172,869 $3,731 754,404   Taiwan [30]
28 Trafigura Commodities   $171,474 $872 5,106   Singapore [31]
29 Exor Holding company   $162,754 $3,417 268,979   Netherlands [32]
30 China Construction Bank Financials   $158,884 $38,610 370,169   China [33]
31 Ford Automotive   $155,900 $47 190,000   United States [34]
32 Cigna Healthcare   $153,566 $5,104 73,700   United States [35]
33 Costco Retail   $152,703 $3,659 201,500   United States [36]
34 AXA Financials   $148,984 $4,317 99,843   France [37]
35 Agricultural Bank of China Financials   $147,313 $30,701 467,631   China [38]
36 Chevron Oil and gas   $146,516 $2,924 48,200   United States [39]
37 Cardinal Health Healthcare   $145,534 $1,363 49,500   United States [40]
38 Microsoft Information technology   $143,000 $39,420 144,000   United States [41]
39 JPMorgan Chase Financials   $142,422 $36,431 256,981   United States [42]
40 Honda Automotive   $137,332 $4,192 218,674   Japan [43]
41 General Motors Automotive   $137,237 $6,732 164,000   United States [44]
42 Walgreens Boots Alliance Retail   $136,866 $3,982 287,000   United States [45]
43 Mitsubishi Conglomerate   $135,940 $4,924 86,098   Japan [46]
44 Bank of China Financials   $135,091 $27,127 309,384   China [47]
45 Verizon Telecommunications   $131,244 $19,265 135,000   United States [48]
46 China Life Insurance Insurance   $131,244 $4,660 180,401   China [49]
47 Allianz Financials   $130,359 $8,858 147,268   Germany [50]
48 Marathon Petroleum Oil and gas   $124,813 $2,637 60,910   United States [51]
49 Huawei Electronics   $124,316 $9,062 194,000   China [52]
50 China Railway Engineering Corporation Construction   $123,324 $1,535 302,394   China [53]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ as reported by source

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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