Which U.S. companies are making the most money? Find out the new No. 1 on this year's Fortune 500 list.
20. IBM ($104.5 billion in revenue)
19. Cardinal Health ($107.6 billion in revenues)
18. JP Morgan Chase ($108.2 billion in revenue)
17. UnitedHealth Group ($110.6 billion in revenue) (Pictured: CEO Stephen J. Hemsley)
16. Verizon Communications ($115.8 billion in revenue)
15. Hewlett-Packard ($120.4 billion)
14. McKesson ($12.7 billion in revenue)
13. CVS Caremark ($123.1 billion in revenue)
12. Fannie Mae ($127.2 billion in revenue)
11. AT&T ($127.4 billion in revenue)
10. Ford Motor ($134.3 billion in revenue)
9. Valero Energy ($138.3 billion in revenue)
8. General Electric ($146.9 billion in revenue)
7. General Motors ($152.3 billion in revenue)
6. Apple ($156.5 billion in revenue)
5. Berkshire Hathaway ($162.5 billion in revenue)
4. Phillips 66 ($169.6 billion)
3. Chevron ($233.9 billion in revenue)
2. Exxon Mobil ($449.9 billion in revenue)
1. Walmart ($469.2 billion in revenue)
Take a look at the top companies to work for.
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