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Global 500 headquarters move eastward

Call it the great eastward migration. In 2004 more than 40% of the world’s 500 biggest corporations by revenue were in North America, with the second-largest reservoir of business juggernauts just across the Atlantic in Western Europe. 97 more words


Health care blazes ahead

We don’t have enough data to say whether Obamacare is good for the country, but one thing is certain so far: It’s been a boon for the health care industry. 64 more words


Why the Fortune 500 trounces the S&P

We tracked an equally weighted investment in the companies in our annual lists from 2000 through 2013 for one year from their issue dates, reinvesting the proceeds in the next year’s list. 91 more words