A Fortune 500 company is a U.S. corporation that has been included on Fortune magazine's annual list of the top 500 companies ranked by an analysis of sales, assets, earnings and capitalization. This list represents a pe... More »

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The Fortune 500 is a list produced by Fortune magazine that ranks the top 500 private or publicly-traded companies in the U.S. by their gross revenue. To make an accurate comparison between companies, each company's reve... More »

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Companies qualify for the Fortune 500 by being in the top 500 private or public companies in terms of recent revenue figures, according to Investopedia. The Fortune 500 is compiled annually by Fortune magazine, with comp... More »

The Fortune 500 list is determined by sorting public companies in the United States by their sales, earnings, assets and capitalization. The list only determines the rankings of public companies or companies that have is... More »

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Its sales growth, assets, earnings, capitalization and shareholder equity determine a Fortune 500 company’s net worth. These factors determine if the company is growing and can maintain its status on the Fortune list. More »

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The Fortune 500 is a list produced by Fortune magazine that ranks the top 500 private or publicly-traded companies in the U.S. by their gross revenue. To make an accurate comparison between companies, each company's reve... More »

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The Fortune 500 list, an annual list compiled by Fortune Magazine listing the top 500 U.S.-based public and closely held companies measured by gross revenue, began in 1955. As of 2013, 57 companies have been on the list ... More »

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