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Top 20 US Technology Companies For 2013

Top 20 Technology Companies
Top 20 US Technology Companies

The top 20 US technology companies have 2013 revenues exceeding $878 Billion.

The majority of these companies are located in California (12) with the others in Washington (2), Florida, New York , Connecticut, Massachusetts, Texas and Idaho.

The revenues listed below, in US $Billions, were excerpted from a Fortune Magazine article published in the May 2013 issue. The complete list of companies can be found on-line at ” 500 Largest US Corporations ” .

  • Apple ( Cupertinio, Calif.) – $156.5
  • HP ( Palo Alto, Calif.) – $120.3
  • IBM ( Armonk,  New York) – $104.5
  • Microsoft (Redmond, Wash.) – $73.7
  • Amazon ( Seattle, Wash.) – $61.1
  • Intel ( Santa Clara, Calif.) – $53.3
  • Google ( Mountainview, Calif.) – $52.2
  • Cisco Systems ( San Jose, Calif.) – $46.1
  • Ingram Micro ( Santa Ana, Calif.) – $37.8
  • Oracle ( Redwood City, Calif.) – $37.1
  • Tech Data ( Clearwater, Florida) – $25.4
  • Xerox ( Norwalk, Conn.) – $22.4
  • EMC ( Hapkinton, Mass.) – $21.7
  • Qualcomm ( San Diego, Calif.) – $19.1
  • Texas Instruments ( Dallas, Texas) – $12.8
  • Micron Technology ( Boise, Idaho) – $8.2
  • Broadcom ( Irvine, Calif.) – $8.0
  • Agilent Technologies ( Santa Clara, Calif.) – $6.9
  • AMD ( Sunnyvale, Calif.) – $5.4
  • Sandisk ( Milpitas, Calif.) – $5.1

 

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