There are 19 companies with D.C.-area headquarters on this year’s list — up from 17 last year.
Raytheon ranks No. 57 on this year’s Fortune 500 list, with fiscal 2022 revenue of $67.1 billion. Boeing ranks No. 58, at $66.6 billion.
Fortune technically gives the D.C. metro area credit for the second-largest Fortune 500 company, with Amazon now co-headquartered in Seattle and at HQ2 in Arlington.
This is the 69th year for the Fortune 500 list, with a revenue threshold for making the list of $7.2 billion, up 13% from last year’s list.
Fortune 500 companies represent two-thirds of the U.S. GDP, with $18 trillion in fiscal 2022 revenue. That’s up 13% from the previous year, though total Fortune 500 profits were down 15%, falling for the second time in the past three years.
Women CEOs lead 52 companies on this year’s Fortune 500 companies, a record high. Only eight Fortune 500 companies have Black CEOs.
Here are this year’s D.C.-area companies on the Fortune 500 list:
- No. 2 Amazon
- No. 28 Fannie Mae
- No. 45 Freddie Mac
- No. 57 Raytheon Technologies
- No. 58 Boeing
- No. 60 Lockheed Martin
- No. 105 General Dynamics
- No. 106 Capital One Financial
- No. 113 Northrop Grumman
- No. 132 Danaher Corp.
- No. 192 Marriott International
- No. 225 DXC Technology
- No. 288 Leidos Holdings
- No. 327 AES Corp.
- No. 376 NVR Inc.
- No. 431 Hilton Worldwide
- No. 449 Beacon Roofing Supply
- No. 452 Booz Allen Hamilton
- No. 479 Science Applications International
And the top 10 on this year’s Fortune 500 list:
- Exxon Mobil
- United Healthcare Group
- CVS Health
- Berkshire Hathaway
Here is the full 2023 Fortune 500 list.
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