The Largest Companies of the United States

Wall Street at night with the New York Stock Exchange
from Fortune's Global 500 list

Here is the list of the America's biggest companies in 2022:

RankCompanyFortune Global 500 RankRevenue ($M)Headquarters
1 Walmart 1 572754 Bentonville, Arkansas
2 Amazon 2 469822 Seattle, Washington
3 Apple 7 365817 Cupertino, California
4 CVS Health 10 292111 Woonsocket, Rhode Island
5 UnitedHealth Group 11 287597 Minnetonka, Minnesota
6 Exxon Mobil 12 285640 Irving, Texas
7 Berkshire Hathaway 14 276094 Omaha, Nebraska
8 McKesson 16 263966 Irving, Texas
9 Alphabet 17 257637 Mountain View, California
10 AmerisourceBergen 21 213989 Chesterbrook, Pennsylvania
11 Costco Wholesale 26 195929 Issaquah, Washington
12 Cigna 30 174078 Bloomfield, Connecticut
13 AT&T 32 168864 Dallas, Texas
14 Microsoft 33 168088 Redmond, Washington
15 Cardinal Health 36 162467 Dublin, Ohio
16 Chevron 37 162465 San Ramon, California
17 Home Depot 43 151157 Atlanta, Georgia
18 Walgreens Boots Alliance 45 148579 Deerfield, Illinois
19 Marathon Petroleum 49 141032 Findlay, Ohio
20 Elevance Health 50 138639 Indianapolis, Indiana
21 Kroger 51 137888 Cincinnati, Ohio
22 Ford Motor 53 136341 Dearborn, Michigan
23 Verizon Communications 54 133613 New York City, New York
24 JPMorgan Chase 63 127202 New York City, New York
25 General Motors 64 127004 Detroit, Michigan
26 Centene 66 125982 St. Louis, Missouri
27 Meta Platforms 71 117929 Menlo Park, California
28 Comcast 73 116385 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
29 Phillips 66 74 114852 Houston, Texas
30 Valero Energy 82 108332 San Antonio, Texas
31 Dell Technologies 86 106995 Round Rock, Texas
32 Target 87 106005 Minneapolis, Minnesota
33 Fannie Mae 93 101543 Washington, D.C.
34 UPS 97 97287 Atlanta, Georgia
35 Lowe's 101 96250 Mooresville, North Carolina
36 Bank of America 105 93851 Charlotte, North Carolina
37 Johnson & Johnson 107 93775 New Brunswick, New Jersey
38 Archer Daniels Midland 124 85249 Chicago, Illinois
39 FedEx 129 83959 Memphis, Tennessee
40 Humana 132 83064 Louisville, Kentucky
41 Wells Fargo 134 82407 San Francisco, California
42 State Farm Insurance 135 82225 Bloomington, Illinois
43 Pfizer 137 81288 New York City, New York
44 Citigroup 141 79865 New York City, New York
45 PepsiCo 143 79474 Purchase, New York
46 Intel 145 79024 Santa Clara, California
47 U.S. Postal Service 151 77041 Washington, D.C.
48 Procter & Gamble 154 76118 Cincinnati, Ohio
49 General Electric 165 74196 Boston, Massachusetts
50 International Business Machines 168 72344 Armonk, New York
51 Albertsons 170 71887 Boise, Idaho
52 MetLife 173 71080 New York City, New York
53 Prudential Financial 175 70934 Newark, New Jersey
54 Walt Disney 183 67418 Burbank, California
55 Energy Transfer 184 67417 Dallas, Texas
56 Lockheed Martin 185 67044 Bethesda, Maryland
57 Freddie Mac 191 65898 McLean, Virginia
58 Goldman Sachs Group 195 64989 New York City, New York
59 Raytheon Technologies 197 64388 Arlington, Virginia
60 HP 202 63487 Palo Alto, California
61 Boeing 204 62286 Chicago, Illinois
62 Morgan Stanley 211 61121 New York City, New York
63 Bunge 219 59152 St. Louis, Missouri
64 HCA Healthcare 221 58752 Nashville, Tennessee
65 AbbVie 227 56197 Lake Bluff, Illinois
66 Dow 235 54968 Midland, Michigan
67 Tesla 242 53823 Palo Alto, California
68 Allstate 246 53228 Northbrook, Illinois
69 American International Group 255 52057 New York City, New York
70 Best Buy 258 51761 Richfield, Minnesota
71 Charter Communications 259 51682 Stamford, Connecticut
72 Sysco 261 51298 Houston, Texas
73 Merck 262 51216 Kenilworth, New Jersey
74 New York Life Insurance 263 51199 New York City, New York
75 Caterpillar 265 50971 Deerfield, Illinois
76 Cisco Systems 274 49818 San Jose, California
77 TJX 280 48550 Framingham, Massachusetts
78 Publix Super Markets 283 48394 Lakeland, Florida
79 ConocoPhillips 284 48349 Houston, Texas
80 Liberty Mutual Insurance Group 285 48200 Boston, Massachusetts
81 Progressive 286 47702 Mayfield Village, Ohio
82 Nationwide 289 47376 Columbus, Ohio
83 Tyson Foods 292 47049 Springdale, Arkansas
84 Bristol-Myers Squibb 301 46385 New York City, New York
85 Nike 313 44538 Beaverton, Oregon
86 Deere 318 44024 Moline, Illinois
87 American Express 320 43663 New York City, New York
88 Abbott Laboratories 325 43075 Abbott Park, Illinois
89 StoneX 327 42534 Waltham, Massachusetts
90 Plains GP Holdings 329 42078 Houston, Texas
91 Enterprise Products Partners 343 40807 Houston, Texas
92 TIAA 347 40526 New York City, New York
93 Oracle 348 40479 Austin, Texas
94 Thermo Fisher Scientific 355 39211 Waltham, Massachusetts
95 Coca-Cola 359 38655 Atlanta, Georgia
96 General Dynamics 361 38469 Reston, Virginia
97 CHS 362 38448 Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota
98 USAA 379 37470 San Antonio, Texas
99 Northwestern Mutual 387 36751 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
100 Nucor 389 36484 Charlotte, North Carolina
101 Exelon 391 36347 Chicago, Illinois
102 Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance 395 35900 Springfield, Massachusetts
103 Northrop Grumman 399 35667 Falls Church, Virginia
104 3M 402 35355 Maplewood, Minnesota
105 Travelers 410 34816 New York City, New York
106 Arrow Electronics 415 34477 Centennial, Colorado
107 Honeywell International 417 34392 Charlotte, North Carolina
108 Dollar General 419 34220 Goodlettsville, Tennessee
109 Qualcomm 429 33566 San Diego, California
110 CarMax 432 33197 Richmond, Virginia
111 Capital One Financial 443 32033 McLean, Virginia
112 TD Synnex 451 31614 Fremont, California
113 Philip Morris International 454 31405 New York City, New York
114 World Fuel Services 455 31337 Miami, Florida
115 Performance Food Group 468 30399 Richmond, Virginia
116 Delta Air Lines 478 29899 Atlanta, Georgia
117 American Airlines 479 29882 Fort Worth, Texas
118 Netflix 481 29698 Los Gatos, California
119 Paramount Global 483 29579 New York City, New York
120 US Foods Holding 485 29487 Rosemont, Illinois
121 Danaher 486 29453 Washington, D.C.
122 Jabil 490 29285 St. Petersburg, Florida
123 Starbucks 492 29061 Seattle, Washington
124 Mondelez International 498 28720 Chicago, Illinois

Can the U.S. Economy Survive without Immigration?


The economy of the United States is one of the most powerful in the world. It is made up of many different sectors, including agriculture, manufacturing, and services. Immigration plays a vital role in the US economy, as it provides a source of labor and capital.

However, there are challenges that the US economy faces, such as inflation and recession. Can the US economy survive without immigration?

There are many factors to consider when answering this question. First, let’s look at the major sectors of the US economy.

The agricultural sector employs about 2% of the workforce and contributes around 1% to GDP. The manufacturing sector employs about 10% of the workforce and contributes around 11% to GDP. The services sector employs about 78% of the workforce and contributes around 68% to GDP.

As you can see, agriculture and manufacturing are not major drivers of the US economy. The services sector is by far the largest contributor to GDP. This is where immigration plays a vital role. Immigrants make up a large percentage of the workforce in this sector, providing labor that helps keep businesses running smoothly and efficiently.

Without immigration, it would be difficult for the US economy to maintain its current level of output. There would be a shortage of workers in many industries, leading to higher wages and prices for goods and services. This would likely lead to inflationary pressures and eventually a recession.

So can the American economy survive without immigration? It’s possible, but it would be much harder than it is today. The challenges posed by inflation and recession would be more difficult to overcome without the help of immigrants who provide vital labor for businesses across America."

Source: Fortune

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