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Fortune 100 Companies Quiz

Name the American companies with the highest revenue, according to Fortune magazine.
List published in June, 2018
Only includes publicly traded companies and private companies for which the revenue is known
Last updated: June 08, 2018
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Sector
Company
1
Retail
Wal-Mart
2
Energy
Exxon Mobil
3
Conglomerate
Berkshire Hathaway
4
Tech
Apple
5
Medical
UnitedHealth
6
Medical
McKesson
7
Pharmacy
CVS
8
Retail / Tech
Amazon
9
Telecom
AT&T
10
Auto
General Motors
11
Auto
Ford
12
Pharma
AmerisourceBergen
13
Energy
Chevron
14
Medical
Cardinal Health
15
Retail
Costco
16
Telecom
Verizon
17
Supermarket
Kroger
18
Conglomerate
General Electric
19
Pharmacy
Walgreens
20
Finance
J.P. Morgan Chase
21
Mortgage
Fannie Mae
22
Tech
Google
23
Retail
Home Depot
24
Finance
Bank of America
25
Pharmacy
Express Scripts
26
Finance
Wells Fargo
27
Aerospace
Boeing
28
Energy
Phillips66
29
Medical
Anthem
30
Tech
Microsoft
31
Energy
Valero Energy
32
Finance
Citi
33
Telecom
Comcast
34
Tech
IBM
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Sector
Company
35
Tech
Dell
36
Insurance
State Farm
37
Consumer /
Pharma
Johnson &
Johnson
38
Mortgage
Freddie Mac
39
Retail
Target
40
Retail
Lowe's
41
Energy
Marathon
42
Consumer
Procter & Gamble
43
Insurance
MetLife
44
Logistics
UPS
45
Beverage
PepsiCo
46
Tech
Intel
47
Chemical
DowDuPont
48
Food
Archer Daniels
Midland
49
Medical
Aetna
50
Logistics
FedEx
51
Conglomerate
United
Technologies
52
Finance
Prudential
53
Supermarket
Albertsons
54
Food
Sysco
55
Media
Disney
56
Medical
Humana
57
Pharma
Pfizer
58
Tech
Hewlett-Packard
59
Aerospace
Lockheed Martin
60
Insurance
AIG
61
Medical
Centene
62
Tech
Cisco
63
Medical
HCA
64
Energy
Energy Transfer
Equity
65
Industrial
Caterpillar
66
Insurance
Nationwide
67
Finance
Morgan Stanley
68
Insurance
Liberty Mutual
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Sector
Company
69
Insurance
New York Life
70
Finance
Goldman Sachs
71
Airline
American
Airlines
72
Retail
Best Buy
73
Medical
Cigna
74
Telecom
Charter
Communications
75
Airline
Delta Air Lines
76
Tech
Facebook
77
Conglomerate
Honeywell
78
Pharma
Merck
79
Insurance
Allstate
80
Food
Tyson Foods
81
Airline
United Airlines
82
Tech
Oracle
83
Tech
Tech Data
84
Finance
TIAA
85
Retail
TJ Maxx
86
Payments
American Express
87
Beverage
Coca-Cola
88
Supermarket
Publix
89
Sportswear
Nike
90
Energy
Andeavor
91
Energy
World Fuel
92
Utility
Exelon
93
Insurance
MassMutual
94
Pharmacy
Rite Aid
95
Energy
ConocoPhillips
96
Agriculture
CHS
97
Various
3M
98
Media
Time Warner
99
Defense
General Dynamics
100
Insurance
USAA
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level 74
May 14, 2013
You could almost rename this quiz "Shareholders in the United States government," though since the decision that allowed foreign companies to funnel unlimited amounts of money into the system as well it's not fair to restrict that quiz to American companies only.
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level 44
May 14, 2013
every person and corporation that pays taxes is a shareholder in the US government.
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level ∞
May 14, 2013
At the risk of triggering a political argument, I think this attitude symbolizes a lot of what's wrong with American discourse today. In my opinion, money is a not a proxy for citizenship.
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level 44
May 15, 2013
true, quizmaster. I was just pointing out that corporations "funneling money into the system" doesn't mean they own the government, and everyone who pays taxes has a considerable personal stake in its direction. But of course all citizens can be called 'shareholders' irrespective of financial involvement.
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level 58
Jun 20, 2013
As long as we as a nation continue to limit the definition of "shareholders" to citizens only.
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level 74
Jun 21, 2014
Okay milk, but most of us don't get to sit on the board of trustees or have any meaningful input in the direction the country takes.
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level 70
May 14, 2013
HP is triggering McKesson instead of Hewlett-Packard
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level 44
May 14, 2013
plains all american wasnt accepted../
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level ∞
May 14, 2013
Fixed!
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level 24
Jun 23, 2014
Cool quiz! I thought I'd know many more ...
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level 75
Jun 25, 2014
Consider naming this "Public companies". None of the largest private companies are on this list (Cargill, Koch, etc.)
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level ∞
Jun 11, 2016
Added a caveat
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level 35
Jun 26, 2014
Plains GP Holdings didn't work for me.
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level ∞
Jun 26, 2014
Just Plains will work now.
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level 44
Aug 26, 2014
It's interesting how food is so underrepresented on this list. It's one of the few things people will buy every week regardless of the economy.
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level 74
Aug 26, 2014
Some of them are private companies and do not appear on this list (Cargill, for one, as someone already mentioned), others are foreign-owned, and many are just smaller companies whose sales don't match the conglomerates. But I think the bottom line is that we Americans sometimes just don't appreciate how cheap our food really is.
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level 74
Dec 13, 2015
Shouldn't CIGNA be classified as Insurance? I understand they offer HMO type services, but I thought those were limited in scope and location. Isn't the bulk of their business health insurance plans?
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level ∞
Jun 11, 2016
Okay, made that change
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level 74
Jul 6, 2018
Anthem is also insurance.
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level 79
Jul 5, 2016
I think about half of those are companies I never heard about as a European. From the half I'd heard about I got half.
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level 74
May 31, 2018
There are quite a few of these that most Americans have never heard of, either. A lot of these health, energy, pharma and finance companies rake in billions very quietly, which is how the majority of them want it.
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level 74
Jul 6, 2018
Yes, also some of them are conglomerates which have taken over companies whose names we might have recognized, such as Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway which owns such companies as Fruit of the Loom and Dairy Queen. Others are companies whose names have changed slightly since forced breakups - there is a JP Morgan, JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley etc. I also didn't realize Conoco/Phillips was different from Phillips66.
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level 80
Jul 15, 2016
Consider accepting FNMA? I know FHLMC abandoned the acronym in favor of the common name, because theirs didn't make sense, but Fannie Mae still does.
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level 28
Jan 1, 2017
you should add more time :( i knew them all but ran out of time(89/100, beats 98.3% of test takers, average is 21)
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level 63
Feb 17, 2017
+1 Could not type fast enough
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level 66
Jun 8, 2018
Nope, it could do with a bit more time.
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level 66
Jun 8, 2018
I thought Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac went under. I forgot they got bailed out by the US Gov.
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level 79
Jun 9, 2018
Guessed both Wahlgreens and Wallgreens and still didn't get it.
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level 74
Jun 10, 2018
Should Spectrum be acceptable for Charter comm now? That's the new company name, even if the stock market registry isn't changed.
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level 69
Jun 12, 2018
Publix is not a public company (#88 currently). Same for #100, USAA. Contradicts the quiz instructions.
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level ∞
Jun 13, 2018
It looks like you're right. I changed the caveats slightly.
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level 42
Jun 15, 2018
Thanks so much for this quiz and for updating this June!
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level 59
Jul 6, 2018
Does this list counts ONLY the highest revenue within US? How can company like mcdonalds is not in here??
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level 74
Jul 6, 2018
In 2017 McDonald's was #131 on the list - enough to make the Fortune 500 list, but not the Fortune 100. A fast food restaurant doesn't have near the revenue of a major oil company or banking institution.
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level 59
Jul 6, 2018
Just checked on their reported revenue but still finds it unbelievable....just looking at food companies, companies like archer daniels (which i never heard of before) actually made double the revenue of mcdonalds in total. The Mac being the sole symbol of american globalism with almost 40 thousands location worldwide actually made that little. Shouldn't retail business generally makes more money than wholesale/distributor????
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level 59
Jul 6, 2018
Can someone please explain how Amazon is only #8, and Disney is only #55? I'm genuinely curious how the companies which produced the richest man on Earth and control nearly the entire media, respectively, aren't higher up.
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level 47
Jul 6, 2018
There should just be one big company
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level 43
Jul 7, 2018
I think there should be a little more time allowed.
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level 60
Nov 6, 2018
Please allow Mobil for Exxon Mobil. That's what I put, and I was confused about why it wasn't there.
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