Top Company by EBITDA Income (Highest EBITDA Companies List)

List of Top Company by EBITDA Income (Highest EBITDA Companies List) which are sorted out based on the EBITDA Income in the Recent Year.

Apple Inc. is the largest in the list with a EBITDA Income of $ 121 Billion followed by Fannie Mae, Microsoft Corporation. Top 4 company with highest Ebitda income is from the country United states.

List of Top Company by EBITDA Income (Highest EBITDA Companies)

So here is the List of Top Company by EBITDA Income (Highest EBITDA Companies List) which are sorted out based on the EBITDA Income.

S.NoHighest EBITDA CompanyEBITDA IncomeCountrySectorMargin Return on Equity
1Apple Inc.$ 121 BillionUnited StatesElectronic Technology30%147%
2Fannie Mae$ 91 BillionUnited StatesFinance97%69%
3Microsoft Corporation$ 87 BillionUnited StatesTechnology Services42%49%
4Alphabet Inc.$ 85 BillionUnited StatesTechnology Services30%31%
5SAMSUNG ELEC$ 67 BillionSouth KoreaElectronic Technology18%13%
6SOFTBANK GROUP CORP$ 67 BillionJapanCommunications55%41%, Inc.$ 60 BillionUnited StatesRetail Trade6%26%
8VOLKSWAGEN AG ST O.N.$ 57 BillionGermanyConsumer Durables9%15%
9Freddie Mac$ 56 BillionUnited StatesFinance92%63%
10Meta Platforms, Inc.$ 55 BillionUnited StatesTechnology Services42%32%
11AT&T Inc.$ 53 BillionUnited StatesCommunications16%1%
12Verizon Communications Inc.$ 49 BillionUnited StatesCommunications25%31%
13DT.TELEKOM AG NA$ 46 BillionGermanyCommunications12%14%
14TOYOTA MOTOR CORP$ 46 BillionJapanConsumer Durables11%14%
15CHINA MOBILE LTD$ 46 BillionHong KongCommunications14%10%
16Berkshire Hathaway Inc.$ 44 BillionUnited StatesFinance12%19%
17SHELL PLC$ 39 BillionNetherlandsEnergy Minerals7%3%
18TAIWAN SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFACTURING$ 39 BillionTaiwanElectronic Technology41%30%
19GAZPROM$ 39 BillionRussian FederationEnergy Minerals23%13%
20Walmart Inc.$ 38 BillionUnited StatesRetail Trade5%10%
21PETROBRAS ON N2$ 38 BillionBrazilEnergy Minerals39%44%
22Exxon Mobil Corporation$ 38 BillionUnited StatesEnergy Minerals7%-3%
23Intel Corporation$ 35 BillionUnited StatesElectronic Technology29%26%
24BHP GROUP PLC ORD $0.50$ 34 BillionUnited KingdomNon-Energy Minerals44%22%
25RIO TINTO PLC ORD 10P$ 34 BillionUnited KingdomNon-Energy Minerals48%39%
26BHP GROUP LIMITED$ 34 BillionAustraliaNon-Energy Minerals44%22%
27Comcast Corporation$ 33 BillionUnited StatesConsumer Services18%16%
28RIO TINTO LIMITED$ 33 BillionAustraliaNon-Energy Minerals48%39%
29Johnson & Johnson$ 32 BillionUnited StatesHealth Technology26%27%
30VALE ON NM$ 31 BillionBrazilNon-Energy Minerals50%51%
31TOTALENERGIES$ 31 BillionFranceEnergy Minerals11%10%
32NIPPON TEL & TEL CORP$ 31 BillionJapanCommunications15%12%
33EQUINOR ASA$ 28 BillionNorwayEnergy Minerals27%7%
34Chevron Corporation$ 28 BillionUnited StatesEnergy Minerals10%7%
35AbbVie Inc.$ 28 BillionUnited StatesHealth Technology34%52%
36TENCENT HOLDINGS LIMITED$ 27 BillionChinaTechnology Services22%27%
37T-Mobile US, Inc.$ 27 BillionUnited StatesCommunications13%5%
38DAIMLER AG NA O.N.$ 27 BillionGermanyConsumer Durables9%20%
39Home Depot, Inc. (The)$ 25 BillionUnited StatesRetail Trade15%1240%
40Pfizer, Inc.$ 24 BillionUnited StatesHealth Technology27%27%
41TELEFONICA,S.A.$ 24 BillionSpainCommunications29%59%
42ROCHE I$ 24 BillionSwitzerlandHealth Technology29%40%
43General Motors Company$ 23 BillionUnited StatesConsumer Durables8%23%
44LVMH$ 23 BillionFranceConsumer Non-Durables26%25%
45VODAFONE GROUP PLC ORD USD0.20 20/21$ 23 BillionUnited KingdomCommunications11%0%
46CHRISTIAN DIOR$ 23 BillionFranceConsumer Non-Durables26%33%
47Brookfield Asset Management Inc.$ 22 BillionCanadaFinance21%9%
48EDF$ 22 BillionFranceUtilities7%10%
49BAY.MOTOREN WERKE AG ST$ 22 BillionGermanyConsumer Durables11%18%
50Procter & Gamble Company (The)$ 21 BillionUnited StatesConsumer Non-Durables23%31%
51BP PLC $0.25$ 20 BillionUnited KingdomEnergy Minerals4%9%
52NESTLE N$ 20 BillionSwitzerlandConsumer Non-Durables18%27%
53CHINA TELECOM CORPORATION LIMITED$ 20 BillionChinaCommunications9%7%
54Charter Communications, Inc.$ 20 BillionUnited StatesConsumer Services20%20%
55CNOOC LIMITED$ 20 BillionHong KongEnergy Minerals38%11%
56Oracle Corporation$ 19 BillionUnited StatesTechnology Services39%351%
57CVS Health Corporation$ 19 BillionUnited StatesRetail Trade5%11%
58Netflix, Inc.$ 19 BillionUnited StatesTechnology Services21%38%
59ANGLO AMERICAN PLC ORD USD0.54945$ 18 BillionUnited KingdomNon-Energy Minerals37%25%
60A.P. MOLLER – MAERSK A A/S$ 18 BillionDenmarkTransportation26%38%
61AB INBEV$ 18 BillionBelgiumConsumer Non-Durables26%9%
62ENI$ 17 BillionItalyEnergy Minerals13%4%
63NOVARTIS N$ 17 BillionSwitzerlandHealth Technology22%17%
64Bristol-Myers Squibb Company$ 17 BillionUnited StatesHealth Technology14%-12%
65BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO PLC ORD 25P$ 17 BillionUnited KingdomConsumer Non-Durables43%9%
66KKR & Co. Inc.$ 17 BillionUnited StatesFinance103%39%
67Visa Inc.$ 17 BillionUnited StatesFinance66%33%
68AMERICA MOVIL SAB DE CV$ 17 BillionMexicoCommunications18%46%
69FORTESCUE METALS GROUP LTD$ 17 BillionAustraliaNon-Energy Minerals68%64%
70SK HYNIX$ 16 BillionSouth KoreaElectronic Technology24%15%
71ORANGE$ 16 BillionFranceCommunications12%4%
72OIL CO LUKOIL$ 16 BillionRussian FederationEnergy Minerals10%13%
73SONY GROUP CORPORATION$ 16 BillionJapanConsumer Durables11%15%
74CITIC LIMITED$ 16 BillionHong KongFinance16%11%
75Cisco Systems, Inc.$ 16 BillionUnited StatesTechnology Services27%28%
76KDDI CORPORATION$ 16 BillionJapanCommunications19%13%
77ARCELORMITTAL SA$ 16 BillionLuxembourgNon-Energy Minerals19%29%
78Altria Group, Inc.$ 15 BillionUnited StatesConsumer Non-Durables70%295%
79Micron Technology, Inc.$ 15 BillionUnited StatesElectronic Technology29%17%
80SOFTBANK CORP.$ 15 BillionJapanCommunications17%35%
81Broadcom Inc.$ 15 BillionUnited StatesElectronic Technology32%28%
82ConocoPhillips$ 15 BillionUnited StatesEnergy Minerals18%12%
83International Business Machines Corporation$ 15 BillionUnited StatesTechnology Services11%22%
84CHINA UNICOM (HONG KONG) LIMITED$ 15 BillionHong KongCommunications4%4%
85United Parcel Service, Inc.$ 14 BillionUnited StatesTransportation12%74%
86Lowe’s Companies, Inc.$ 14 BillionUnited StatesRetail Trade13%655%
87Gilead Sciences, Inc.$ 14 BillionUnited StatesHealth Technology45%38%
88HONDA MOTOR CO$ 14 BillionJapanConsumer Durables6%10%
89PepsiCo, Inc.$ 14 BillionUnited StatesConsumer Non-Durables15%55%
90ENEL$ 14 BillionItalyUtilities9%8%
91RELIANCE INDS$ 14 BillionIndiaEnergy Minerals11%8%
92Philip Morris International Inc$ 14 BillionUnited StatesConsumer Non-Durables41%
93Exelon Corporation$ 14 BillionUnited StatesUtilities15%5%
94Exelon Corporation$ 14 BillionUnited StatesUtilities15%5%
95UNILEVER PLC ORD 3 1/9P$ 13 BillionUnited KingdomConsumer Non-Durables18%33%
96Merck & Company, Inc.$ 13 BillionUnited StatesHealth Technology21%21%
97GLAXOSMITHKLINE PLC ORD 25P$ 13 BillionUnited KingdomHealth Technology21%29%
98DEUTSCHE POST AG NA O.N.$ 13 BillionGermanyTransportation10%32%
99Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc$ 13 BillionUnited StatesHealth Technology28%24%
100SANOFI$ 13 BillionFranceHealth Technology21%9%
101BASF SE NA O.N.$ 13 BillionGermanyProcess Industries10%15%
102Abbott Laboratories$ 13 BillionUnited StatesHealth Technology22%22%
103MMC NORILSK NICKEL$ 13 BillionRussian FederationNon-Energy Minerals63%252%
104Blackstone Inc.$ 13 BillionUnited StatesFinance117%68%
105Coca-Cola Company (The)$ 13 BillionUnited StatesConsumer Non-Durables29%43%
106Energy Transfer LP$ 13 BillionUnited StatesIndustrial Services15%22%
107HCA Healthcare, Inc.$ 13 BillionUnited StatesHealth Services17%
108ENGIE$ 13 BillionFranceUtilities9%3%
109BAYER AG NA O.N.$ 12 BillionGermanyHealth Technology16%1%
110Amgen Inc.$ 12 BillionUnited StatesHealth Technology34%59%
111ACCIONES IBERDROLA$ 12 BillionSpainUtilities17%9%
112Dell Technologies Inc.$ 12 BillionUnited StatesElectronic Technology7%131%
113GLENCORE PLC ORD USD0.01$ 12 BillionSwitzerlandNon-Energy Minerals3%5%
114Target Corporation$ 12 BillionUnited StatesRetail Trade9%50%
115Union Pacific Corporation$ 12 BillionUnited StatesTransportation43%42%
116QUALCOMM Incorporated$ 11 BillionUnited StatesElectronic Technology29%113%
117SIEMENS AG NA O.N.$ 11 BillionGermanyProducer Manufacturing11%13%
118McDonald’s Corporation$ 11 BillionUnited StatesConsumer Services42%
119American Express Company$ 11 BillionUnited StatesFinance27%33%
120PTT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED$ 11 BillionThailandEnergy Minerals11%10%
121COUNTRY GARDEN HLDGS CO LTD$ 11 BillionChinaFinance14%21%
122NextEra Energy, Inc.$ 11 BillionUnited StatesUtilities33%6%
123SAUDI ELECTRICITY CO.$ 11 BillionSaudi ArabiaUtilities29%8%
124Deere & Company$ 11 BillionUnited StatesProducer Manufacturing20%38%
125SK$ 11 BillionSouth KoreaTechnology Services5%2%
126Occidental Petroleum Corporation$ 11 BillionUnited StatesEnergy Minerals11%0%
127Duke Energy Corporation (Holding Company)$ 11 BillionUnited StatesUtilities23%6%
128SAUDI BASIC INDUSTRIES CORP.$ 10 BillionSaudi ArabiaProcess Industries16%12%
129HITACHI$ 10 BillionJapanProducer Manufacturing6%17%
130TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICAL CO LTD$ 10 BillionJapanHealth Technology17%9%
131CK HUTCHISON HOLDINGS LIMITED$ 10 BillionHong KongRetail Trade13%7%
132Lockheed Martin Corporation$ 10 BillionUnited StatesElectronic Technology13%83%
133NVIDIA Corporation$ 10 BillionUnited StatesElectronic Technology38%42%
134Accenture plc$ 10 BillionIrelandTechnology Services15%32%
135Mastercard Incorporated$ 10 BillionUnited StatesFinance53%129%
136BT GROUP PLC ORD 5P$ 10 BillionUnited KingdomCommunications15%9%
Top Company by EBITDA Income (Highest EBITDA Companies List)

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