The most profitable companies in America are a combination of many different industries, according to a report by the Economic Policy Institute.
The study found that the fastest-growing industries are those in finance, technology, health care, real estate and healthcare, and manufacturing.
Here’s a look at the top 10: 1.
Financial services and investment banking: $12.4 trillion 2.
Transportation and warehousing: $11.3 trillion 3.
Information technology: $11.1 trillion 4.
Financial service and investment: $10.7 trillion 5.
Transportation: $10 trillion 6.
Healthcare: $10,638 trillion 7.
Automation: $10 billion 8. Energy: $10.1 billion 9.
Home health and safety: $9.4 billion 10.
Insurance and brokerage: $9 billion The report, titled The Top 10 Companies That Make America’s Wealthiest, was compiled by the EPI’s research group.
The report found that only a small portion of companies are profitable and that only 4.9% of Fortune 500 companies are earning more than their profits.
Only 21.4% of the companies listed in the top 20 are profitable.
The remaining 92.7% of companies were profitable but made less than their reported profits.
This is why the EPIs report is such a valuable resource for anyone looking to make their company more profitable.
While it’s clear that many industries have been impacted by globalization, it’s also important to note that the number of profitable companies has increased over the past 20 years.
The EPI report found the top ten companies accounted for $1.3 of the nation’s GDP in 2012.
The top ten are: Boeing Co., $4.3 billion General Electric Co., $3.4 General Motors Co.,$2.8 General Mills Co., $2 billion Cisco Systems Inc., $2.6 Coca-Cola Co., $2,4 billion Ford Motor Co., $2 million Amazon.com Inc., $2 million Microsoft Corp., $1.9 billion Alcoa Inc., $1 billion PepsiCo Inc., $975 million Walmart Stores Inc., $725 million The EPI also found that companies that are profitable today are now more profitable than they were 20 years ago.
“In other words, in the last 10 years, there has been a large increase in profitability.
The number of companies with earnings above their reported earnings has more than doubled,” said EPI President and CEO Mark Zandi.
According to the EPLI, the top five fastest-evolving industries are banking, retail, health and retail, manufacturing and transportation.
The bottom five fastest growing industries are: Industry Avg.
Earnings per Share Manufacturing $1,078 Health Care $1 Energy $96 Energy Health Care Technology Health Health Manufacturing Energy Technology Manufacturing Health Energy Technology Technology Manufacturing Technology Health Health Technology Technology Transportation Automation Health Technology Technology Transportation Manufacturing Transportation Health Transportation Transportation Manufacturing Health Health Health Transportation Technology Energy Technology Health _____________________________ The number of corporations making over $1 million is increasing at a faster pace than the overall