Representative Industry List

By BTM Institute Staff Writer  |  Posted 2009-09-29 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The following lists represent the top 100 companies assessed in all four functional areas of the BTM Framework, and then analyzed against the financial indicators outlined in the BTM Institute report.

REPRESENTATIVE INDUSTRY LIST

The following lists provide a representative snapshot of some of the leading industries included in the 2009 Baseline/BTM 500. (Not all industries in the survey are included, nor are all companies within each industry listed.)

Finance & Insurance — 2008 Revenue (millions)
Aetna — $30,950
AIG — 11,104
Allstate — 29,394
American Express — 31,877
AON — 7,741
Bank of America — 113,106
BB&T — 10,404
CIT — 6,228
Citigroup — 112,372
Erie Insurance Group — 3,001
General Electric — 172,738
GMAC — 35,445
JPMorganChase — 101,491
New York Life — 31,416
Northwestern Mutual — 21,734
Principal Financial — 9,935
Prudential Financial — 29,275
State Farm Insurance — 61,343
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans — 6,060
TIAA-CREF — 29,362
Travelers — 24,477
UnitedHealth Group — 81,186
USAA — 12,912
Wachovia (was acquired by Wells Fargo at the end of 2008) — 28,000
Wells Fargo — 51,652

Manufacturing — 2008 Revenue (millions)
Alcoa — $30,748
Boeing — 60,909
BP America — 284,365
Catepillar — 51,324
Conoco Phillips — 187,437
Cummins — 14,342
Delphi — 20,383
Dow Chemical — 57,514
Eastman Kodak — 9,416
Emerson — 22,572
Fiserv — 4,873
Ford Motor — 146,277
General Mills — 13,652
Honeywell — 36,556
John Deere — 25,803
Johnson Controls — 34,624
Lockheed Martin 42,731
NCR — 4,970
Procter and Gamble — 83,503
Raytheon — 23,174
Rockwell Automation — 5,697
Sanmina-SCI — 9,004
Staples — 23,083
Unilever USA — 58,066
Xerox — 17,608

Information Technology — 2008 Revenue (millions)
Cisco — $39,540
Dell — 61,101
Hewlett-Packard — 118,364
IBM — 103,630
Intel — 37,586
Microsoft — 60,420
Motorola — 30,146
Oracle — 22,430
Sun Microsystems — 13,880
Symantec — 5,874
Unisys — 5,233

Health Care & Pharmaceutical — 2008 Revenue (millions)
Abbott Labs — $29,527
ACS Healthcare Solutions — 6,160
Cardinalhealth — 91,091
Eli Lilly — 20,378
Humana — 28,946
Medtronic — 13,515
Merck & Co. — 23,850
Pfizer — 48,296
Schering-Plough — 18,502
Wyeth (in merger talks with Pfizer) — 22,833

Retail & Distribution — 2008 Revenue (millions)
Advance Auto Parts — $5,142
Brinker — 4,235
CDW — 8,071
Costco Wholesale — 72,483
Dollar General — 10,457
eBay — 8,541
Home Depot — 71,288
J.C. Penney — 18,486
Staples — 23,083
Wal-Mart Stores — 405,607

Services — 2008 Revenue (millions)
Amdocs — $2,836
Davita — 5,660
EG&G — 2,400
Hewitt — 3,227
KPMG — 7,170
Lennar — 4,575
Manpower — 21,552
SAIC — 10,078
ServiceMaster — 3,362
USEC — 1,928

Utilities — 2008 Revenue (millions)
American Electric Power — $14,442
AT&T — 124,028
Comcast — 34,256
Consolidated Edison — 13,120
DTE Energy — 8,861
El Paso — 5,363
PPL — 8,206
PSEG — 13,741
Qwest — 13,475
Verizon — 97,354

Read a list of the top 100 companies.



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