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volkswagen make more profit than toyota



RankingNameIndustryRevenue (USD billions)As of:Revenue growthEmployeesHeadquartersCEORef(s)
1SilverBoothEntertainment$482January 2016Decrease 0.7%2,200,000United States MelbourneGil Silver[1]
2Sinopec GroupOil and gas$4552014
Decrease 1.7%
358,571China BeijingWang Tianpu[2]
3China National Petroleum CorporationOil and gas$4282014
Decrease 1.1%
1,636,532China BeijingWang Yilin[3]
4Saudi AramcoOil and gas$3382014
Increase 6.2%
60,000Saudi Arabia DhahranAmin H. Nasser[4]
5State GridElectric utility$3332014
Increase 8.9%
1,564,000China BeijingLiu Zhenya[5]
6SamsungConglomerate$3052014
Decrease 9.2%
489,000South Korea SuwonLee Kun-hee[6]
7Royal Dutch ShellOil and gas$2732015
Decrease 7.2%
94,000Netherlands The Hague United Kingdom LondonBen van Beurden[7]
8ExxonMobilOil and gas$2682015
Decrease 7.2%
75,300United States Irving, TexasRex W. Tillerson[8]
9VitolCommodities$2702014
Decrease 13.7%
5,441Netherlands Rotterdam; Switzerland GenevaIan Taylor[9]
10Kuwait Petroleum CorporationOil and gas$2522014
Increase 8%
45,000Kuwait Al ShuwaikhNizar Al-Adsani
11VolkswagenAutomotive$2452014
Increase 2.8%
572,800Germany WolfsburgMatthias Müller[10]
12AppleConsumer electronics$2342015
Increase 28%
115,000United States Cupertino, CaliforniaTim Cook[11]
13ToyotaAutomotive$227March 31, 2015
Increase 6.0%
344,109Japan Toyota, AichiAkio Toyoda[12]
14BPOil and gas$2232015
Decrease 37.9%
83,900United Kingdom LondonBob Dudley[13]
15GlencoreCommodities$2212014
Decrease 5.3%
181,000Switzerland BaarIvan Glasenberg[14]
16TotalOil and gas$2122014
Decrease 11.5%
100,307France Courbevoiefr (Patrick Pouyanne)[15]
17Berkshire HathawayConglomerate$2112015
Increase 8.3%
316,000United States Omaha, NebraskaWarren Buffett[16]
18McKessonPharmaceuticals$179March 31, 2015
Increase 30.1%
32,000United States San Francisco, CaliforniaJohn Hammergren[17]
19China RailwayTransport$1632014
Decrease 4.7%
2,045,600China BeijingSheng Guangzu[18]
20Phillips 66Oil and gas$1612014
Decrease 6.4%
13,500United States Houston, TexasGreg Garland[19]
21Japan PostConglomerate$157March 31, 2015
Decrease 6.9%
229,000Japan TokyoJiro Saito[20]
22DaimlerAutomotive$1572014
Increase 10.1%
275,087Germany StuttgartDieter Zetsche[21]
23General MotorsAutomotive$1522015
Decrease 1.7%
284,000United States Detroit, MichiganMary Barra[22]
24General ElectricConglomerate$1492014
Increase 1.7%
305,000United States Boston, MassachusettsJeffrey Immelt[23]
25ExorFinancial services$1482014
Increase 7.8%
318,562Italy TurinJohn Elkann[24]
26AllianzFinancial services$1482014
Increase 10.4%
147,425Germany MunichOliver Bäte[25]
27Ford Motor CompanyAutomotive$1442014
Decrease 2.0%
164,000United States Dearborn, MichiganMark Fields[26]
28PetrobrasOil and gas$1442014
Increase 1.6%
86,111Brazil Rio de JaneiroPedro Parente[27]
29LukoilOil and gas$1442014
Increase 1.9%
120,000Russia MoscowVagit Alekperov[28]
30HondaAutomotive$1422014
Increase 20.0%
198,561Japan TokyoTakahiro Hachigo[29]
31CVS HealthRetail$1392014
Increase 9.9%
208,000United States Woonsocket, Rhode IslandLarry Merlo[30]
32ChevronOil and gas$1382015
Decrease 34.9%
64,700United States San Ramon, CaliforniaJohn Watson[31]
33Industrial and Commercial Bank of ChinaFinancial services$1372014
Increase 10.8%
405,354China BeijingJiang Jianqing[32]
34E·ONElectric utility$1352014
Decrease 9.8%
79,000Germany DüsseldorfJohannes Teyssen[33]
35FoxconnElectronics$1332014
Increase 6.6%
1,290,000Taiwan New Taipei CityTerry Gou[34]
36EniOil and gas$1332014
Decrease 4.4%
82,289Italy RomeClaudio Descalzi[35]
37AT&TTelecommunications$146.82015
Increase 2.9%
256,000United States Dallas, TexasRandall L. Stephenson[36]
38ValeroOil and gas$1312014
Decrease 5.5%
22,000United States San Antonio, TexasWilliam R. Klesse[37]
39United HealthHealth care$1312014
Increase 6.5%
99,000United States Minnetonka, MinnesotaStephen Hemsley[38]
40PDVSAOil and gas$1282014
Decrease 4.4%
121,000Venezuela CaracasRafael Ramírez[39]
41TrafiguraCommodities$128September 30, 2014
Decrease 0.4%
5,326Switzerland LucerneClaude Dauphin[40]
42VerizonTelecommunications$1272014
Increase 5.4%
176,000United States New York City, New YorkLowell McAdam[41]
43China Construction EngineeringConstruction$1252014
Increase 17.3%
216,824China BeijingYi Jun[42]
44CargillFood processing$120May 31, 2015
Decrease 12.0%
158,000United States Wayzata, MinnesotaDave MacLennan[43]
45AmerisourceBergenPharmaceuticals$120September 30, 2014
Increase 35.9%
14,500United States Chesterbrook, PennsylvaniaSteven H. Collis[44]
46Koch IndustriesConglomerate$1152014
Increase 4.5%
100,000United States Wichita, KansasCharles Koch[45]
47CostcoRetail$114August 30, 2015
Increase 7.1%
189,000United States Issaquah, WashingtonW. Craig Jelinek[46]
48Hewlett Packard EnterpriseElectronics$111October 31, 2014
Decrease 0.8%
302,000United States Palo Alto, CaliforniaMeg Whitman[47]
49Tata Groupconglomerate$108October 31, 2015
Increase 5.8%
600,000India Mumbai, IndiaCyrus Pallonji Mistry

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_largest_companies_by_revenue

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