Fortune 500’s Top 20 Companies

01 Exxon Revenues (millions)- $453,936
01 Exxon Revenues (millions)- $453,936
03 Chevron Revenues (millions) - $245,621
03 Chevron Revenues (millions) - $245,621
04 ConocoPhillips Revenues (millions) - $237,272
04 ConocoPhillips Revenues (millions) - $237,272
05 General Motors Revenues (millions) - $150,276
05 General Motors Revenues (millions) - $150,276
02 Walmart Revenues (millions) - $446,950
02 Walmart Revenues (millions) - $446,950
07 Berkshire Hathaway Revenues (millions) - $143,688
07 Berkshire Hathaway Revenues (millions) - $143,688
06 General Electric Revenues (millions) - $147,616
06 General Electric Revenues (millions) - $147,616
10 Hewlett-Packard Revenues (millions) - $127,245
10 Hewlett-Packard Revenues (millions) - $127,245
<strong>2008 Rank: </strong>12 <strong>2008 Brand Value (Millions): </strong>$23,509 <strong>Parent Company: </strong><a href="http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/snapshot/snapshot.asp?symbol=HPQ"> Hewlett-Packard (HPQ)</a> A new all-in-one TouchSmart PC and "The Computer Is Personal Again" campaign bolstered HP. Now CEO Mark Hurd aims to beef up its printer division.
11 AT&T Revenues (millions) - $126,723
11 AT&T Revenues (millions) - $126,723
09 Ford Motor Revenues (millions) - $136,264
09 Ford Motor Revenues (millions) - $136,264
08 Fannie Mae Revenues (millions) - $137,451
08 Fannie Mae Revenues (millions) - $137,451
14 McKesson Revenues (millions) - $112,084
14 McKesson Revenues (millions) - $112,084
13 Bank Of America Revenues (millions) - $115,074
13 Bank Of America Revenues (millions) - $115,074
12 Valero Energy Revenues (millions) - $125,095
12 Valero Energy Revenues (millions) - $125,095
15 Verizon Communications Revenues (millions) - $110,875
15 Verizon Communications Revenues (millions) - $110,875
Telecommunications <strong>2007 rank:</strong> 38 <strong>Average pay:</strong> $40,000 to $45,000 <strong>Entry-level hiring:</strong> Down 46.6%, to 18,865, in 2007 <strong>3-year retention rate:</strong> 70% <strong>Diversity:</strong> 50% minority; 50% female <strong>Signing bonuses:</strong> 0% of entry-level hires received them in 2008. <strong>Maximum 401(k) match:</strong> 6% <strong>Mentorship program participation:</strong> 20% <strong>Promoting From within:</strong> 52.3% of top execs have been with the organization 20+ years <a href="http://www.businessweek.com/careers/first_jobs/2008/22.htm" style="display:inline;padding:4px;border:1px solid #ccc;background-color:#eee;text-decoration:none;">Full Profile</a> Note: All data shown pertains to entry-level employees only
16 JP Morgan & Chase Revenues (millions) - $110,838
16 JP Morgan & Chase Revenues (millions) - $110,838
18 CVS Caremark Revenues (millions) - $107,750
18 CVS Caremark Revenues (millions) - $107,750
19 IBM Revenues (millions) - $106,916
19 IBM Revenues (millions) - $106,916
17 Apple Revenues (millions) - $108,249
17 Apple Revenues (millions) - $108,249
20 Citigroup Revenues (millions) - $102,939
20 Citigroup Revenues (millions) - $102,939
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