Translation Services Us Largest Corporations
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Translation Services for U.S. Largest Corporations

Translation services for U.S. largest corporations is, in most cases, a necessity for internal and external communications. Intercultural communication is a large part of most corporations’ day to day operations.

Translation Services for U.S. Largest Corporations

ASTA-USA serves a large number of U.S. corporations, public and private, on a daily basis by translating all types of business materials from any language into any other language no matter the complexity. ASTA-USA is accredited the world’s leading language translation organizations and is considered one of America’s most reliable translation services provider.  As indicated above, language translation services for U.S. largest corporations is, in almost all cases, a reality and a necessity.

Each year Forbes Magazine lists the top public and private U.S. companies. Following are the 2017 picks.

America’s 20 Biggest Public Companies In 2017

  1. Berkshire Hathaway
    • Sales:  $222.9 B
    • Profits: $24.1 B
    • Assets: $620.9 B
    • Market Value: $411.2 B
  2. Apple
    • Sales:  $217.5 B
    • Profits: $45.2 B
    • Assets: $331.1 B
    • Market Value: $754 B
  3. JPMorgan Chase
    • Sales:  $102.5 B
    • Profits: $24.2 B
    • Assets: $2,513 B
    • Market Value: $313.8 B
  4. Wells Fargo
    • Sales:  $97.6 B
    • Profits: $21.9 B
    • Assets: $1,943.4 B
    • Market Value: $278.5 B
  5. AT&T
    • Sales: $163.8 B
    • Profits: $13 B
    • Assets: $403.8 B
    • Market Value: $255.2 B
  6. Bank of America
    • Sales:
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  7. ExxonMobil
    • Sales: $197.5 B
    • Profits: $7.8 B
    • Assets: $330.3 B
    • Market Value: $340.1 B
  8. General Electric
    • Sales: $119.7 B
    • Profits: $10 B
    • Assets: $365.2 B
    • Market Value: $259.5 B
  9. Wal-Mart Stores
    • Sales:  $485.3 B
    • Profits: $13.6 B
    • Assets: $198.8 B
    • Market Value: $221.5 B
  10. Microsoft
    • Sales: $85.3 B
    • Profits: $16.8 B
    • Assets: $224.6 B
    • Market Value: $508.9 B
  11. Verizon Communications
    • Sales: $126 B
    • Profits: $13.1 B
    • Assets: $244.2 B
    • Market Value: $198.7 B
  12. Alphabet
    • Sales: $89.9 B
    • Profits: $19.5 B
    • Assets: $167.5 B
    • Market Value: $583.4 B
  13. Citigroup
    • Sales: $84 B
    • Profits: $14.7 B
    • Assets: $1,795.1 B
    • Market Value: $165.4 B
  14. Johnson & Johnson
    • Sales:  $71.9 B
    • Profits: $16.4 B
    • Assets: $141.2 B
    • Market Value: $337.6 B
  15. Comcast
    • Sales: $80.4 B
    • Profits: $8.7 B
    • Assets: $180.5 B
    • Market Value: $178.3 B
  16. UnitedHealth Group
    • Sales: $184.9 B
    • Profits: $7.2 B
    • Assets: $125 B
    • Market Value: $158.2 B
  17. Procter & Gamble
    • Sales: $65.2 B
    • Profits: $9.5 B
    • Assets: $117 B
    • Market Value: $229.7 B
  18. IBM
    • Sales: $79.9 B
    • Profits: $11.9 B
    • Assets: $117.5 B
    • Market Value: $164.3 B
  19. Pfizer
    • Sales: $52.8 B
    • Profits: $7.1 B
    • Assets: $171.6 B
    • Market Value: $203.7 B
  20. Intel
    • Sales: $59.4 B
    • Profits: $10.3 B
    • Assets: $113.3 B
    • Market Value: $170.5 B

America’s 20 Biggest Private Companies In 2017

  1. Cargill
    • State: Minnesota
    • Industry: Food, Drink & Tobacco
    • Revenue: $109.7 B
    • Employees: 150,000
  2. Koch Industries
    • State:  Kansas
    • Industry: Multicompany
    • Revenue: $100 B
    • Employees: 100,000
  3. Albertsons
    • State: Idaho
    • Industry: Food Markets
    • Revenue: $59.7 B
    • Employees: 273,000
  4. Deloitte
    • State: New York
    • Industry: Business Services & Supplies
    • Revenue: $36.8 B
    • Employees: 244,400
  5. PricewaterhouseCoopers
    • State: –
    • Industry: Business Services & Supplies
    • Revenue: $35.9 B
    • Employees: 223,000
  6. Mars
    • State: Virginia
    • Industry: Food, Drink & Tobacco
    • Revenue: $35 B
    • Employees: 80,000
  7. Publix Super Markets
    • State: Florida
    • Industry: Food Markets
    • Revenue: $34 B
    • Employees: 191,000
  8. Bechtel
    • State: California
    • Industry: Construction
    • Revenue: $32.9 B
    • Employees: 55,000
  9. Ernst & Young
    • State:  –
    • Industry: Business Services & Supplies
    • Revenue: $29.6 B
    • Employees: 231,000
  10. C&S Wholesale Grocers
    • State: New Hampshire
    • Industry: Food, Drink & Tobacco
    • Revenue: $28.1 B
    • Employees: 17,500
  11. Reyes Holdings
    • State: Illinois
    • Industry: Food, Drink & Tobacco
    • Revenue: $26.5 B
    • Employees: 19,000
  12. HE Butt Grocery
    • State: Texas
    • Industry: Food Markets
    • Revenue: $23 B
    • Employees: 101,000
  13. Enterprise Holdings
    • State: Missouri
    • Industry: Services
    • Revenue: $20.9 B
    • Employees: 97,000
  14. Cox Enterprises
    • State: Georgia
    • Industry: Media
    • Revenue: $20.1 B
    • Employees: 60,000
  15. Pilot Flying J
    • State: Tennessee
    • Industry: Convenience Stores & Gas Stations
    • Revenue: $19.6 B
    • Employees: 27,100
  16. Meijer
    • State: Michigan
    • Industry: Food Markets
    • Revenue: $16.6 B
    • Employees: 77,000
  17. Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits
    • State: Florida
    • Industry: Food, Drink & Tobacco
    • Revenue: $16.5 B
    • Employees: 22,000
  18. Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores
    • State: Oklahoma
    • Industry: Convenience Stores & Gas Stations
    • Revenue: $16 B
    • Employees: 17,000
  19. Fidelity Investments
    • State: Massachusetts
    • Industry: Diversified Financials
    • Revenue: $15.9 B
    • Employees: 5,100
  20. JM Family Enterprises
    • State: Florida
    • Industry: Consumer Durables
    • Revenue: $14.9 B
    • Employees: 4,200