2003 Profits
1 Citigroup 6 15,276.0
2 General Electric 5 14,118.0
3 Exxon Mobil 3 11,460.0
4 Altria Group 11 11,102.0
5 Bank of America Corp. 23 9,249.0
6 Pfizer 37 9,126.0
7 Wal-Mart Stores 1 8,039.0
8 Microsoft 47 7,829.0
9 Merck 17 7,149.5
10 Johnson & Johnson 34 6,597.0
11 Freddie Mac 32 5,764.0
12 SBC Communications 27 5,653.0
13 American Intl. Group 9 5,518.9
14 Wells Fargo 46 5,434.0
15 Fannie Mae 16 4,618.8
16 Wyeth 128 4,447.2
17 Procter & Gamble 31 4,352.0
18 Berkshire Hathaway 28 4,286.0
19 Verizon Communications 10 4,079.0
20 Washington Mutual 94 3,896.0
21 Home Depot 13 3,664.0
22 Wachovia Corp. 70 3,579.0
23 Intl. Business Machines 8 3,579.0
24 PepsiCo 62 3,313.0
25 Bank One Corp. 79 3,295.0
26 U.S. Bancorp 123 3,289.2
27 United Parcel Service 43 3,182.0
28 Intel 58 3,117.0
29 Coca-Cola 92 3,050.0
30 Morgan Stanley 40 2,988.0
31 Abbott Laboratories 100 2,793.7
32 Eli Lilly 172 2,707.9
33 American Express 69 2,671.0
34 Merrill Lynch 48 2,513.0
35 United Technologies 49 2,236.0
36 Oracle 190 2,224.0
37 Dell 36 2,122.0
38 Goldman Sachs Group 75 2,114.0
39 3M 110 1,974.0
40 Schering-Plough 187 1,974.0
41 IAC/Interactive 319 1,936.0
42 Anheuser-Busch 142 1,933.8
43 Bristol-Myers Squibb 98 1,895.0
44 Cisco Systems 95 1,893.0
45 MBNA 179 1,766.0
46 General Motors 2 1,736.0
47 Kimberly-Clark 143 1,674.6
48 J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 26 1,663.0
49 Target 25 1,654.0
50 Fifth Third Bancorp 278 1,634.7
51 MetLife 38 1,605.0
52 National City Corp. 215 1,593.6
53 Household International 127 1,557.8
54 Lowe's 60 1,471.5
55 Exelon 126 1,440.0
56 Mass. Mutual Life Ins. 84 1,430.0
57 BellSouth 77 1,423.0
58 Nextel Communications 216 1,386.0
59 Sears Roebuck 30 1,376.0
60 Marsh & McLennan 178 1,365.0
61 Dominion Resources 184 1,362.0
62 UnitedHealth Group 63 1,352.0
63 Union Pacific 156 1,341.0
64 SunTrust Banks 248 1,331.8
65 Southern 177 1,318.0
66 BB&T Corp. 287 1,303.0
67 Colgate-Palmolive 198 1,288.3
68 First Data 242 1,237.9
69 Walt Disney 61 1,236.0
70 Gillette 218 1,216.0
71 Kroger 18 1,204.9
72 FleetBoston Financial 115 1,188.0
73 PNC Financial Services 277 1,184.0
74 Gannett 275 1,160.1
75 Allstate 44 1,134.0
76 ChevronTexaco 7 1,132.0
77 Electronic Data Systems 80 1,116.0
78 Automatic Data Proc. 261 1,100.8
79 Edison International 163 1,077.0
80 Cardinal Health 19 1,056.2
81 Duke Energy 118 1,034.0
82 Lehman Brothers Hldgs. 109 1,031.0
83 Walgreen 45 1,019.2
84 State St. Corp. 340 1,015.0
85 Sara Lee 101 1,010.0
86 Hartford Financial Services 114 1,000.0
87 Occidental Petroleum 252 989.0
88 Medtronic 276 984.0
89 KeyCorp 285 976.0
90 Golden West Financial 425 958.3
91 Loews 107 940.9
92 Alltel 234 924.3
93 General Dynamics 137 917.0
94 Bank of New York Co. 299 902.0
95 Capital One Financial 191 899.6
96 McDonald's 124 893.5
97 Bear Stearns 265 878.3
98 Cendant 133 846.0
99 Countrywide Financial 209 841.8
100 H.J. Heinz 194 833.9
 
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