Fortune 500: The Top 50

Wal-Mart retakes the No. 1 slot on the Fortune 500 this year. See where America's largest corporations rank, and why.

7. Ford Motor
7. Ford Motor
Fortune 500 rank: 7 (Previous rank: 5)
2006 Revenues (millions): $160,126
Headquarters: Dearborn, MI
Get quote: F

Like rival GM, Ford is also in the red this year, by a whopping $12 billion. In 2006, CEO Bill Ford Jr. stepped aside to let former Boeing CEO Alan Mulally tinker with the company's big problems. Revenues fell 10% from last year, making Ford the only company in the top 50 to see a decrease in sales, bumping the carmaker down two notches on the list.

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Wal-Mart

Exxon Mobil

General Motors

Chevron

ConocoPhillips

General Electric

Ford Motor

Citigroup

Bank of America Corp.

American International Group

J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.

Berkshire Hathaway

Verizon

Hewlett-
Packard

International Business Machines

Valero Energy

Home Depot

McKesson

Cardinal Health

Morgan Stanley

UnitedHealth Group

Merrill Lynch

Altria Group

Goldman Sachs Group

Procter & Gamble

Kroger

AT&T

Boeing

Amerisource Bergen

Marathon Oil

State Farm Insurance Cos.

Costco Wholesale

Target

Dell

WellPoint

Johnson & Johnson

MetLife

Sears Holdings

Pfizer

Dow Chemical

Wells Fargo

United Technologies

United Parcel Service

Walgreen

Lowe's

Wachovia Corp.

Lehman Brothers Holdings

Time Warner

Microsoft

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