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Top United States Companies with the Highest Ebitda

In this article, you will have access to the top United States companies with the highest Earnings before Interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA). EBITDA figures for the top companies in the USA, making it easy for you to stay up-to-date on the financial performance of some of the biggest companies in the United States.

We showcase the top companies in the USA with the highest EBITDA. This list is updated daily and features some of the most profitable companies in the USA.

Think of EBITDA as a snapshot of a company's performance, similar to how a sports team's score indicates how well they play in a game. Like how a team's score tells us how many points they've scored, EBITDA tells us how much money a company has made before certain expenses are considered.

โš ๏ธ It's important to note that EBITDA is not a measure of a company's worth but its profitability.

Therefore, looking at other metrics and the company's financial statements is essential to get a complete picture of its financial health.

Components of EBITDA [Explained]

Understanding the components of EBITDA is essential to evaluate a company's profitability and financial health properly. So let's look at the meaning of EBITDA in the following section.

  • E: Earnings. The "E" in EBITDA represents Earnings, which is the starting point for calculating EBITDA, and it means the money a company makes from its operations.
  • B: Before. The "B" in EBITDA represents Before, reminding us that we're looking at a company's earnings before certain expenses are considered.
  • I: Interest. The "I" in EBITDA represents Interest, meaning the money a company pays in Interest on loans and other debt.
  • T: Taxes. The "T" in EBITDA represents Taxes - the money a company pays in taxes. When calculating EBITDA, taxes are subtracted from a company's revenue to arrive at a company's earnings before taxes. This provides a clearer picture of the company's profitability before taxes are considered.
  • D: Depreciation | A: Amortization. The "D" and "A" in EBITDA represent Depreciation and Amortization. Depreciation and amortization are both methods used to spread the expense of an asset over its useful life. For example, depreciation is used to allocate the cost of tangible assets, such as buildings and equipment. On the other hand, amortization is used to give the price of immaterial assets, such as copyrights and trademarks. Both are used to spread the asset's cost over its useful life.

โš ๏ธ EBITDA can vary yearly depending on the company's performance.

Now that we understand the meaning of EBITDA and its purpose let's look at some of the top United States companies with the highest EBITDA, including Apple, Microsoft Corporation, Amazon, and Pfizer.

Apple INC.

Apple Inc. is one of the world's most successful and valuable companies. Apple's market capitalization is over $2 trillion, and has an EBITDA of over $130 billion. Apple's success can be attributed to its strong brand and innovative products such as the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. In addition, the company's hardware, software, and services ecosystem also play a significant role in its success.

  • Market cap: 2.122 trillion
  • EBITDA: $ 130.541 billion
Apple Inc ranks #1 among our top US companies with the highest EBITDA

Microsoft Corporation

Microsoft Corporation is another tech giant that has significantly impacted the business landscape. The company has $344.34 billion less than Apple regarding market capitalization and an EBITDA of $98.4 billion. Microsoft has a strong portfolio of products and services, including the Windows operating system, Office Suite, and Azure cloud computing platform - its source for such success.

  • Market cap: $ 1.777 trillion
  • EBITDA: $ 98.841 billion
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Microsoft Corporation ranks #2 among our top US companies with the highest EBITDA

Amazon.com, Inc.

Amazon.com, Inc. is one of the largest e-commerce companies in the world. Amazon's market capitalization is over $971.915 billion, and its EBITDA of $51.5 billion. Amazon has truly made a name for itself in the world of e-commerce. They've got everything from a solid online presence to an unparalleled selection of products and quick delivery options. But what (really) sets them apart is their relentless focus on innovation and technology. It's no wonder they've reached the peak of success.

  • Market cap: $ 971.915 billion
  • EBITDA: $ 51.548 billion
Amazon ranks #3 among our top US companies with the highest EBITDA

Pfizer Inc.

Pfizer Inc. is a multinational pharmaceutical company with headquarters in New York City. According to our data, it is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, ranking #8 among the top US companies with the highest EBITDA. With a market capitalization of over $260 billion and an EBITDA of $44.7 billion. Pfizer's triumph comes from the COVID-19 vaccine it developed in collaboration with BioNTech. In addition, the company has a strong pipeline of products in various stages of development, including vaccines and oncology drugs.

  • Market cap: $ 267.811 billion
  • EBITDA: $ 44.754 billion
Pfizer Inc ranks #8 among our top US companies with the highest EBITDA

The above-listed companies are among the top in the United States regarding EBITDA. These firms represent various industries, including technology, retail, healthcare, and automotive. These companies have demonstrated outstanding financial performance, as reflected in their EBITDA figures, and are considered among the country's most profitable companies.

A Sectoral Breakdown of the Top United States Companies by EBITDA

  • Technology. Companies like Apple, Microsoft, and META platforms are some of the top technology companies in the world and have some of the highest EBITDA in the United States. These companies are known for their innovative products and services, and their success can be attributed to their strong brands and focus on research and development.
  • Consumer Cyclical. Amazon's dominance in e-commerce is reflected in its impressive EBITDA. A robust online presence, an extensive product selection, and convenient delivery options drive the company's success. Similar companies within the same sector are Tesla and Home Depot.
  • Healthcare. Pfizer's position as a leader in the pharmaceutical industry is reflected in its substantial EBITDA. The company's success can be attributed to its impressive portfolio of products, including the widely-used Lipitor and the revolutionary COVID-19 vaccine developed in partnership with BioNTech. Other healthcare companies include Johnson & Johnson and UnitedHealth Group.
  • Financial Services. Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is one of the top companies in the USA with the highest EBITDA. The company's success can be attributed to its long-term investment strategy and focus on value have also contributed to its success. Other financial services companies include American International Group, Wells Fargo, and Visa Inc.

See below a complete list of United States companies with the highest EBITDA showing a solid track record of success and are well-positioned for continued growth.

List of the largest companies from United States country rank by ebitda.

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RankCompanyEbitdaDiff. nextSector
#1Apple Inc.Symbol: AAPL$ 125.287 billion
($125,287,997,440.00)
One Hundred Twenty Five Billion Two Hundred Eighty Seven Million Nine Hundred Ninety Seven Thousand Four Hundred Forty
$27.342 billion more than Microsoft Corporation
more by 27.92%
Technology
#2Microsoft CorporationSymbol: MSFT$ 97.945 billion
($97,945,001,984.00)
Ninety Seven Billion Nine Hundred Forty Five Million One Thousand Nine Hundred Eighty Four
$6.817 billion more than Exxon Mobil Corporation
more by 7.48%
Technology
#3Exxon Mobil CorporationSymbol: XOM$ 91.127 billion
($91,127,996,416.00)
Ninety One Billion One Hundred Twenty Seven Million Nine Hundred Ninety Six Thousand Four Hundred Sixteen
$356.999 million more than Alphabet Inc.
more by 0.39%
Energy
#4Alphabet Inc.Symbol: GOOG$ 90.770 billion
($90,770,997,248.00)
Ninety Billion Seven Hundred Seventy Million Nine Hundred Ninety Seven Thousand Two Hundred Forty Eight
$26.128 billion more than Chevron Corporation
more by 40.42%
Communication Services
#5Chevron CorporationSymbol: CVX$ 64.641 billion
($64,641,998,848.00)
Sixty Four Billion Six Hundred Forty One Million Nine Hundred Ninety Eight Thousand Eight Hundred Forty Eight
$10.472 billion more than Amazon.com, Inc.
more by 19.33%
Energy
#6Amazon.com, Inc.Symbol: AMZN$ 54.169 billion
($54,169,001,984.00)
Fifty Four Billion One Hundred Sixty Nine Million One Thousand Nine Hundred Eighty Four
$3.954 billion more than Verizon Communications Inc.
more by 7.87%
Consumer Cyclical
#7Verizon Communications Inc.Symbol: VZ$ 50.214 billion
($50,214,998,016.00)
Fifty Billion Two Hundred Fourteen Million Nine Hundred Ninety Eight Thousand Sixteen
$5.696 billion more than AT&T Inc.
more by 12.79%
Communication Services
#8AT&T Inc.Symbol: T$ 44.518 billion
($44,518,998,016.00)
Forty Four Billion Five Hundred Eighteen Million Nine Hundred Ninety Eight Thousand Sixteen
$494.997 million more than Pfizer, Inc.
more by 1.12%
Communication Services
#9Pfizer, Inc.Symbol: PFE$ 44.024 billion
($44,024,000,512.00)
Forty Four Billion Twenty Four Million Five Hundred Twelve
$1.783 billion more than Meta Platforms, Inc.
more by 4.22%
Healthcare
#10Meta Platforms, Inc.Symbol: META$ 42.240 billion
($42,240,999,424.00)
Forty Two Billion Two Hundred Forty Million Nine Hundred Ninety Nine Thousand Four Hundred Twenty Four
$5.795 billion more than Comcast Corporation
more by 15.9%
Communication Services
#11Comcast CorporationSymbol: CMCSA$ 36.444 billion
($36,444,999,680.00)
Thirty Six Billion Four Hundred Forty Four Million Nine Hundred Ninety Nine Thousand Six Hundred Eighty
$972.001 million more than Walmart Inc.
more by 2.74%
Communication Services
#12Walmart Inc.Symbol: WMT$ 35.472 billion
($35,472,998,400.00)
Thirty Five Billion Four Hundred Seventy Two Million Nine Hundred Ninety Eight Thousand Four Hundred
$588.996 million more than ConocoPhillips
more by 1.69%
Consumer Defensive
#13ConocoPhillipsSymbol: COP$ 34.884 billion
($34,884,001,792.00)
Thirty Four Billion Eight Hundred Eighty Four Million One Thousand Seven Hundred Ninety Two
$2.167 billion more than Johnson & Johnson
more by 6.62%
Energy
#14Johnson & JohnsonSymbol: JNJ$ 32.717 billion
($32,717,000,704.00)
Thirty Two Billion Seven Hundred Seventeen Million Seven Hundred Four
$1.628 billion more than ABBVIE INC. DL-,01
more by 5.24%
Healthcare
#15ABBVIE INC. DL-,01Symbol: 4AB.F$ 31.089 billion
($31,089,000,448.00)
Thirty One Billion Eighty Nine Million Four Hundred Forty Eight
$254.001 million more than UnitedHealth Group Incorporated
more by 0.82%
Healthcare
#16UnitedHealth Group IncorporatedSymbol: UNH$ 30.834 billion
($30,834,999,296.00)
Thirty Billion Eight Hundred Thirty Four Million Nine Hundred Ninety Nine Thousand Two Hundred Ninety Six
$3.820 billion more than Home Depot, Inc. (The)
more by 14.14%
Healthcare
#17Home Depot, Inc. (The)Symbol: HD$ 27.014 billion
($27,014,000,640.00)
Twenty Seven Billion Fourteen Million Six Hundred Forty
$280.999 million more than T-Mobile US, Inc.
more by 1.05%
Consumer Cyclical
#18T-Mobile US, Inc.Symbol: TMUS$ 26.733 billion
($26,733,000,704.00)
Twenty Six Billion Seven Hundred Thirty Three Million Seven Hundred Four
$2.378 billion more than Merck & Company, Inc.
more by 9.77%
Communication Services
#19Merck & Company, Inc.Symbol: MRK$ 24.354 billion
($24,354,000,896.00)
Twenty Four Billion Three Hundred Fifty Four Million Eight Hundred Ninety Six
$1.389 billion more than Marathon Petroleum Corporation
more by 6.05%
Healthcare
#20Marathon Petroleum CorporationSymbol: MPC$ 22.965 billion
($22,965,000,192.00)
Twenty Two Billion Nine Hundred Sixty Five Million One Hundred Ninety Two
Energy