The ROB Top 1000: Canada's Largest Companies
Interview opportunities from the July/August issue of Report on Business Magazine
The good, the bad and the road to recovery: ROB Magazine profiles corporate Canada's rebound from the worst financial and economic slump since the Great Depression
TORONTO, June 27, 2012 /CNW/ - Much like 2010, Canadian economic results for 2011 continued to be upheld by resource producers and banks, which accounted for more than half of the total profit and nearly one-third of revenue earned by the 1,000 largest publicly listed companies. This year's list managed to post combined profit in an otherwise tepid economy of $105.8 billion.
Report on Business magazine's Top 1000 issue features rankings that benchmark Canada's top companies, including:
- Top 1,000 largest publicly traded Canadian corporations by profit
- 50 biggest private companies
- 100 biggest companies by revenue
- 100 biggest by market cap
- 100 biggest by return on equity
Get all the results plus Globe and Mail Senior Economics Writer Brian Milner's assessment of what it all means in the July/August issue of Report on Business magazine available on Friday June 29th.
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