Businessweek Archives

Table: The Leaders In 1994 Sales And Profits


Corporate Scoreboard

TABLE: The Leaders in 1994 Sales and Profits

THE TOP 25 IN SALES

1994 SALES PERCENT CHANGE 1993

IN MILLIONS FROM 1993 RANK

1 GENERAL MOTORS $154,951 12% 1

2 FORD MOTOR 128,439 18 2

3 EXXON 101,092 2 3

4 WAL-MART STORES 78,407 22 4

5 AT&T 75,094 8 5

6 MOBIL 67,111 5 8

7 IBM 64,052 2 6

8 GENERAL ELECTRIC 60,109 8 7

9 SEARS 53,920 6 9

10 PHILIP MORRIS 53,776 6 10

11 CHRYSLER 52,200 20 11

12 DUPONT 39,333 6 12

13 KMART 36,109 7 14

14 CHEVRON 35,844 -3 13

15 TEXACO 33,353 -2 15

16 PROCTER & GAMBLE 31,572 5 17

17 CITICORP 28,968 0 16

18 PEPSICO 28,472 14 20

19 AMOCO 26,979 5 19

20 HEWLETT-PACKARD 24,991 23 24

21 CONAGRA 24,004 7 22

22 ITT 23,620 12 21

23 KROGER 22,959 3 23

24 MOTOROLA 22,245 31 36

25 BOEING 21,924 -14 18

THE TOP 25 IN EARNINGS

1994 PROFITS PERCENT CHANGE 1993

IN MILLIONS FROM 1993 RANK

1 GENERAL ELECTRIC $5,915 41% 2

2 GENERAL MOTORS 5,659 129 6

3 FORD MOTOR 5,308 110 5

4 EXXON 5,100 -3 1

5 PHILIP MORRIS 4,725 32 4

6 AT&T 4,710 27 3

7 CHRYSLER 3,713 54 7

8 CITICORP 3,422 78 17

9 IBM 3,021 NM 994

10 MERCK 2,997 38 12

11 DUPONT 2,727 382 89

12 COCA-COLA 2,554 17 11

13 WAL-MART STORES 2,519 14 9

14 GTE 2,451 148 46

15 PROCTER & GAMBLE 2,430 301 78

16 INTEL 2,288 0 10

17 BANKAMERICA 2,176 11 16

18 BELLSOUTH 2,160 109 44

19 FANNIE MAE 2,141 5 14

20 JOHNSON & JOHNSON 2,006 12 20

21 BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB 1,842 -6 15

22 AMOCO 1,789 -2 19

23 PEPSICO 1,784 12 23

24 MOBIL 1,759 -16 13

25 NATIONSBANK 1,690 30 32

DATA: STANDARD & POOR'S COMPUSTAT, A DIVISION OF MCGRAW-HILL INC.

NM = Not meaningful


Steve Ballmer, Power Forward
LIMITED-TIME OFFER SUBSCRIBE NOW
 
blog comments powered by Disqus