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Huge public companies still prospered this year despite market uncertainty and slowing global economies. Meet the 2017 Forbes Global 2000, the biggest public companies in the world.
The Russian government owns significant stakes in some of the country's largest companies. Here's a look at how much the Kremlin holds.
We do regard these two things rather differently. Unions exercising workplace power to grab what's rightfully theirs off the capitalists. And unions exercising market power to rip off us the consumers. And what seems to have disappeared is that second--are we supposed to be worried about that?
Closed-end funds are absolutely crushing the S&P 500.
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We compile our Global 2000 list using data from FactSet Research Systems to screen for the biggest public companies in four metric: sales, profits, assets and market value.
Sugar is one of the world's biggest vices -- and it's also the key ingredient behind some of the largest food, beverage and tobacco companies in the globe. According to the 2017 FORBES Global 2000, Nestle, Pepsi and Coca-Cola are the top three food and drink companies on the planet.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and China Construction Bank remain the two biggest corporations in the world, according to the 2017 Forbes Global 2000, but U.S.-based competitors like JPMorgan Chase are gaining major ground.
You may be reading mixed headlines about the retail space, but what remains true is that "shoppers gotta shop" and they haven't gone far in 2017.
Whether it’s planes, trains or airplanes, the business of moving people and packages around the world is booming. When it comes to global players, United Parcel Service continues to lead the way, topping the 2017 Forbes Global 2000 ranking of the world’s largest transportation companies.
Russia has within its massive borders more than just some of the most audacious hackers in the world: it's also home to some of the largest banking, oil and gas operations on earth.
The macroeconomic challenges that have hurt the restaurant industry in the last year are reflected in the 2017 FORBES Global 2000: some of the biggest restaurant names on the list -- including McDonald's and Yum! Brands -- find themselves sitting at lower rankings than they did just one year ago.
China’s Ping An Insurance Group bests Allianz and AXA on Forbes’ list of global powerhouse insurers.
Current CRM initiatives fail about two-thirds of the time, but a better CRM isn't far off. Today's systems lack just one vital component.
AT&T and Verizon top the 2017 Forbes Global 2000 list of the world’s largest telecom companies, while China Mobile and Japan’s Nippon Telegraph & Telecom round out the industry’s top four.
As fall-out continues to take place for digital advertisers as they try to make sense of a culturally sensitive audience, here's what insiders suggest will be the next big moves.
Garmin is stepping into the 360 camera arena with the VIRB 360, and (so far) the specs look great.