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The Top 10 Fortune 500 Companies for 2013

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The Top 10 Fortune 500 Companies for 2013
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This year's list of Fortune 500 companies was released yesterday to much fanfare.

Among the highlights was Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT) regaining the top spot and Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) making the top ten for the first time.

Benzinga has you covered with a list of the top ten, including each company's 2012 rank, revenues and profits.

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  • 1. Wal-Mart Stores

    2012 rank: #2

    Revenues: $469.2 billion

    Profits: $16.999 billion
  • 2. Exxon Mobil

    2012 rank: #1

    Revenues: $449.9 billion

    Profits: $44.880 billion
  • 3. Chevron

    2012 rank: #3

    Revenues: $233.9 billion

    Profits: $26.179 billion
  • 4. Phillips 66

    2012 rank: #4

    Revenues: $169.6 billion

    Profits: $4.124 billion
  • 5. Berkshire Hathaway

    2012 rank: #7

    Revenues: $162.5 billion

    Profits: $14.824 billion
  • 6. Apple

    2012 rank: #17

    Revenues: $156.5 billion

    Profits: $41.733 billion
  • 7. General Motors

    2012 rank: #5

    Revenues: $152.3 billion

    Profits: $6.188 billion
  • 8. General Electric

    2012 rank: #6

    Revenues: $146.9 billion

    Profits: $13.641 billion
  • 9. Valero Energy

    2012 rank: #12

    Revenues: $138.3 billion

    Profits: $2.083 billion
  • 10. Ford Motors

    2012 rank: #9

    Revenues: $134.3 billion

    Profits: $5.665 billion
 

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