There is no short supply of Bay Area technology companies in the nearly released 2012 Fortune 500, an annual ranking of America's largest corporations, based on revenue. Among the top 100 are Palo Alto-based HP (No. 10), San Francisco-based McKesson (No. 14), Cupertino-based Apple (No. 17), Santa Clara-based Apple (No. 51), San Jose-based Cisco Systems (No. 64), Mountain View-based Google (No. 73) and Redwood City-based Oracle (No. 82). Oil companies dominated the top of the list, which was led by Exxon Mobil with $452.9 billion in annual revenue. Retail giant Wal-Mart, which had topped the ranking for the past two years, fell to No. 2. The 2012 list is available in the May 21 edition of Fortune, or at the links below.
http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/fortune500/2012/full_list/ (Full list)