Fifteen companies headquartered in New Jersey are in the latest Fortune 500, which was released Wednesday.
Leading the way was Johnson & Johnson. The New Brunswick-based pharmaceutical giant, known around the globe, came in at No. 36 — the only New Jersey company to place in the Top 50.
The next highest-ranked company was Becton Dickinson, which came in at No. 177.
Here’s a look at the 15 New Jersey companies on the list:
- No. 36: Johnson & Johnson (New Brunswick)
- No. 55: Prudential Financial (Newark)
- No. 65: Merck (Kenilworth)
- No. 177: Becton Dickinson (Franklin Lakes)
- No. 185: Cognizant (Teaneck)
- No. 203: PBF Energy (Parsippany)
- No. 208: ADP (Roseland)
- No. 280: Bed Bath & Beyond (Union)
- No. 318: Public Service Enterprise Group (Newark)
- No. 324: Quest Diagnostics (Secaucus)
- No. 335: Campbell Soup (Camden)
- No. 431: Zoetis (Parsippany)
- No. 445: Realogy (Madison)
- No. 471: Burlington Stores (Burlington)
- No. 498: Avis Budget Group (Parsippany)
Forbes listed No. 333 NRG Energy as a New Jersey-based company; however, the company — which previously shared its headquarters between Princeton and Houston — has now made Houston its lone corporate base.
Walmart held its position on the top of the list for the ninth consecutive year, with revenues of $559 billion.
Amazon, New Jersey’s largest employer with more than 40,000 employees across the state, came in second for the second consecutive year. It had revenues of $386 billion — which far exceeded those of No. 3 Apple, which had revenues of $274 billion.
Here’s a look at the overall Top 10:
- CVS Health
- UnitedHealth Group
- Berkshire Hathaway
- Amerisource Bergen