The Top 5 Largest Companies in the World 2010


  Company
(headquarters)
Revenue 2010 Profit 2010 % Change Employees
1
Wal-Mart
(Arkansas, USA)
$408.21 billon $14.33 billon + 7.0% 2,100,000
2
Royal Dutch Shell
(The Hauge, Netherlands)
$285.12 billon $12.51 billon - 52.4% 101,000
3
Exxon Mobil
(Texas, USA)
$284.65 billon $19.28 billon - 57.4 % 102,700
4
BP
(London, UK)
$246.13 billon $16.57 billon - 21.6% 80,300
5
Toyota Motor
(Toyota Village, Japan)
$204.10 billon $2.25 billon N/A 320,590
Sources:  Fortune magazine, Global 500 2010.
List Notes: List is ranked according to revenue for the fiscal year ending Jan 2010 in U.S. dollars. Percent change is profit from the year 2008.
  
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