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Fortune 500

Fortune magazine's listing of the top 500 US corporations determined by an index of 12 variables.

Fortune 500

A list compiled and published annually by Fortune magazine of the 500 largest publicly-traded and closely held companies in the United States. The Fortune 500 measures "largeness" by revenue minus excise taxes; that is, a company with larger revenue is listed higher on the Fortune 500, regardless of other measures such as profit margin. To be listed on the Fortune 500 is considered very prestigious.
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Mary has more than 25 years in Fortune 300 retail companies developing customer engagement and efficiency strategies.
KDDI Corporation is a leading Japanese telecommunications and a Global Fortune 300 company.
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American Family is a Fortune 300 company located in 18 states.
The Fortune 300 includes the superintendents of the 200 largest, mostly urban, school districts; the 50 chief state school officers; and about 50 other national educational leaders, including some from the U.
The Fortune 300 leaders need an educational program with several components.
In the Fortune 300 today, about 15 percent of CEOs are below 50.
OBSERVATION: The percentage of CEOs who have received an MBA degree has risen since last year's report; 37 percent of current Fortune 300 CEOs have an MBA, as compared to only 33 percent of 1999's Fortune 300 CEOs.
Only 13% of Fortune 300 CEOs received their undergraduate degree from an Ivy League institution.