The ExO Fortune 100

Listed below are the Fortune 100 Companies ranked by their Exponential Quotient (ExQ) score (2016).

The biggest companies in the world will have some of the biggest challenges in the world in the next few years (especially those at the bottom of the list).

The scoring was ratified by academic researchers at Hult Business School.

Rank F100 Company ExQ
1 Google 72.9
2 Amazon 66.2
3 Apple 62.6
4 International Business Machines (IBM) 61.0
5 Verizon Communications 58.8
6 General Electric 56.6
7 Microsoft 55.9
8 Cisco Systems, Inc. 55.8
9 The Walt Disney Company 54.8
10 Oracle Corporation 54.0
11 The Coca-Cola Company 49.5
12 DIRECTV 49.0
13 McKesson 49.0
14 United Parcel Service (UPS) 49.0
15 AT&T 48.8
16 Humana Inc. 48.8
17 State Farm Insurance Cos. 48.4
18 The Allstate Corporation 47.3
19 Lockheed Martin Corporation 47.2
20 Comcast 47.0
21 American Express Company 46.8
22 Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. 46.6
23 PepsiCo 46.5
24 Walgreen Co. 46.5
25 Anthem Inc. (Wellpoint) 46.4
26 Johnson Controls, Inc. 46.0
27 Mondelez International, Inc. 45.6
28 Merck & Co., Inc. 45.0
29 United Continental Holdings, Inc. 45.0
30 Ford Motor 43.2
31 Lowe’s Companies 43.0
32 UnitedHealth Group 43.0
33 Home Depot 43.0
34 Wal-Mart Stores 42.7
35 World Fuel Services Corporation 42.5
36 John Deere Company 42.4
37 Wells Fargo 42.4
38 General Motors 42.0
39 New York Life Insurance Company 42.0
40 Supervalu Inc. 42.0
41 The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. 41.8
42 Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) 41.8
43 Prudential Financial, Inc. 41.4
44 Target 41.4
45 Sears Holdings Corporation 41.3
46 E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (DuPont) 41.3
47 CHS Inc. 41.0
48 FedEx Corporation 41.0
49 Kroger 41.0
50 United Technologies 41.0
51 Procter & Gamble 40.9
52 Cigna Corporation 40.7
53 Hewlett-Packard 40.7
54 TIAA-CREF 40.7
55 Boeing 40.3
56 CVS Caremark 40.0
57 Best Buy Co., Inc. 40.0
58 Intel Corporation 40.0
59 Liberty Mutual Holding Company Inc. 40.0
60 Pfizer 39.8
61 Citigroup 39.8
62 Johnson & Johnson 39.3
63 Honeywell International Inc. 39.3
64 Ingram Micro Inc. 39.3
65 Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company 39.0
66 Delta Airlines, Inc. 39.0
67 American International Group (AIG) 38.3
68 Express Scripts Holding 38.0
69 Tyson Foods, Inc. 37.5
70 AmerisourceBergen 37.0
71 Exxon Mobil 37.0
72 Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. 37.0
73 Safeway Inc. 36.3
74 Freddie Mac 36.3
75 MetLife 36.0
76 Sysco Corporation 36.0
77 Caterpillar 34.5
78 Chevron 34.5
79 ConocoPhillips 34.5
80 General Dynamics Corporation 34.5
81 Cardinal Health 34.0
82 Dow Chemical 34.0
83 Fannie Mae 34.0
84 Intl FCStone Inc. 34.0
85 Aetna Inc. 33.5
86 Morgan Stanley 33.5
87 Berkshire Hathaway 33.2
88 J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 33.0
89 Bank of America 32.5
90 Marathon Petroleum 32.3
91 Costco Wholesale 32.0
92 Philip Morris International Inc. 31.6
93 Hess Corporation 31.3
94 HCA Holdings, Inc. 31.0
95 Phillips 66 30.7
96 Tesoro Corporation 30.0
97 Valero Energy 29.8
98 Plains GP Holdings, L.P. 27.5
99 Energy Transfer Equity, L.P. 26.5
100 Enterprise Products Partners L.P. 23.0

 

 

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