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6. Intel
Fortune 500 rank: 61

The world's biggest chipmaker had a rocky year, with revenues falling 2% to $37.6 billion as the global recession devastated computer sales. That took a toll on Intel's profits, which dropped 24.1% to $5.3 billion.

Last year was only the second time in two decades that the company's fourth-quarter sales declined from the third quarter.

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Last updated April 29 2009: 1:31 PM ET
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