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Elon Musk’s electric-car company cruised to No. 100 on this year’s list. It’s a big accomplishment for the automaker, which brought in $31.5 billion in sales for its fiscal 2020, a 28% jump over the previous year. Tesla also reported a profit of $721 million in 2020, driven largely by regulatory credits. While Consumer Reports ranked Tesla second to last in its most recent automobile reliability survey, the carmaker still captivates investors—not least because of its recent big bet on Bitcoin. Tesla remains the most valuable automaker in the world with a market cap of nearly $600 billion as of May.
Lists ranking Tesla
Global 500 - 2021Total revenue for the world’s biggest companies fe...READ MOREview in list
Fortune 500 - 2021This year’s Fortune 500 marks the 67th running of ...READ MOREview in list
World’s Most Admired Companies - 2021After a year in which humanity leaned more heavily...READ MOREview in list
Future 50 - 2020Explore this year's ranking of the 50 companies wi...READ MOREview in list