One S&P 500 company has a lot of employees

Can you guess who?

If you rank all the companies in the S&P 500 by number of employees, at best, you could say two stand out. But really, only one:

Walmart has an incredible 2.2 million employees. Amazon is no slouch either with 800 thousand (and they have added many of those employees in the last few years through rapid growth). But, again, Walmart is really the only one clear standout.

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If you divide revenue by the number of employees, you get a very different picture

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