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Market Cap per Employee... Visa: $23 million Netflix: $21 mil. Facebook: $15 mil. Apple: $10.2 mil. Google: $8.9 mil. Microsoft: $8.9 mil. Exxon Mobil: $4.1 mil. J&J: $2.9 mil. JP Morgan: $1.7 mil. Berkshire Hathaway: $1.4 mil. Amazon: $1.2 mil. Disney: $1.2 mil. Walmart: $140k

Market Cap per Employee.. Visa: $23 million Netflix: $21 mil. Facebook: $15 mil. Apple: $10.2 mil. Google: $8.9 mil. Microsoft: $8.9 mil. Exxon Mobil: $4.1 mil. JP Morgan: $1.7 mil. Berkshire Hathaway: $1.4 mil. Amazon: $1.2 mil. Disney: $1.2 mil. Walmart: $140k - @charliebilello 

Major implications for mkts. Are ESG winners and losers ultimately tied to true social responsibility? Nike, Walmart, Apple; end products sold are manufactured by coal powered plants in China, that’s ok? But Exxon, Chevron the bad guys? *Environmental, social and corp governance

Time it took to reach $50 billion in annual revenue: Citigroup: 185 years AT&T: 114 years UPS: 98 years Disney: 91 years Exxon: 73 years IBM: 60 years Sony: 47 years GM: 40 years Apple: 33 years Microsoft: 30 years Walmart: 28 years Facebook: 14 years *years= inflation adjusted

Apple, Exxon Mobil and Duke Energy are among the stocks to keep an eye on today

Apple’s market cap is now $1 trillion higher than Exxon’s. 🛢📲📈💰🤯

Time it took to reach $200 billion in annual revenue: Amazon: 24 years Walmart: 36 years Apple: 39 years Toyota: 69 years Exxon Mobil: 128 years (numbers are inflation adjusted)

A decade ago, this was a (largely symbolic) race some of us were tracking quite closely. A $1T gap now just 8 years after Apple first passed Exxon is truly insane.

Without looking, rank the P/E ratios of: Alphabet ($GOOG), Apple ($AAPL), Exxon Mobil ($XOM) and Aramco.

Saudi Aramco shares surged after their debut on the Riyadh stock exchange, making it the world’s most valuable listed company, dwarfing Exxon and Apple. More here:

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Saudi Aramco generated a net income of $111 billion last year. That's bigger than the latest full-year income of Amazon, Apple and Exxon combined, making it the most profitable company on earth.

U.S. companies that will generate the most revenue this year: Walmart: $527 billion Berkshire Hathaway: $280 billion Amazon: $279 billion Apple: $265 billion Exxon Mobil: $264 billion United Health: $243 billion (based on analyst estimates)

Time it took to reach US$200 billion in annual revenue: Exxon Mobil: 128 years Toyota: 69 years Apple: 39 years Walmart: 36 years Amazon: 24 years (Numbers are inflation adjusted)

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Companies by market value. Microsoft: 1,049 Amazon: 941 Apple: 914 Alphabet: 780 Facebook: 545 Berkshire Hathaway: 505 Alibaba: 436 Visa: 379 Johnson & Johnson: 377 JPMorgan Chase: 355 Exxon Mobil: 328 Walmart: 317 Procter & Gamble: 278 Longer list:

Market Cap per Employee... Netflix: $23 million Facebook: $14 million Google: $7.9 million Twitter: $7.6 million Microsoft: $7.3 million Apple: $7.1 million Exxon Mobil: $4.6 million Amazon: $1.5 million JP Morgan: $1.4 million Berkshire Hathaway: $1.3 million Walmart: $130k

Time it took each company to reach $200 billion in annual revenue: Exxon Mobil: 130 years Toyota: 70 years Walmart: 40 years Apple: 39 years Amazon: 24 years* (*based on expected 2018 revenue)

Most valuable companies: 1 Apple 2 Alphabet 3 Microsoft 4 Amazon 5 Facebook 6 Alibaba 7 Tencent 8 Berkshire Hathaway 9 Johnson & Johnson 10 JP Morgan 11 Exxon 12 Bank of America 13 Wells Fargo 14 Walmart 15 Shell 16 Visa 17 Anheuser Busch 18 Procter & Gamble 19 Chevron 20 Intel

Largest American companies 1. Walmart 2. Exxon 3. Chevron 4. Berkshire 5. Apple 6. McKesson 7. GM 8. Phillips 66 9. GE 10. Ford

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