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  • Previous Rank103
  • Revenues ($M)32,870
  • Revenue Percent Change11.8%
  • Profits ($M)3,500
  • Profits Percent Change64.7%
  • Market Value (as of March 31, 2015)37,284

Halliburton managed to crack the Fortune 100, thanks to a nearly 12% bump in annual revenue, in spite of plummeting crude prices in 2014 that crushed many of the company’s oil industry clients. However, it appears the energy industry’s oil woes just took a little bit longer to catch up to Halliburton, the world’s second-largest oilfield services company, as 2015 kicked off with a steep drop in revenue and mounting losses due to declines in drilling activity. Meanwhile, Halliburton hopes to counter the effects of the drilling dearth by getting bigger through its $34.6 billion acquisition of smaller rival Baker Hughes.

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Company Info

CEO
David J. Lesar
Industry
Oil and Gas Equipment, Services
Sector
Energy
HQ Location
Houston, TX
Websitehttp://www.halliburton.com
Years on List21

Key Financials (last fiscal year)

$ millions% change
Revenues ($M)32,87011.8%
Profits ($M)3,50064.7%
Total Stockholder Equity16,267-
Employees80,000-
Market Value (as of March 31, 2015)37,284-

Profit Ratios

Profit as % of Revenues10.6%
Profits as % of Assets10.9%
Profits as % of Stockholder Equity21.5%

Earnings Per Share (last fiscal year)

Earnings Per Share ($)4.11
EPS % Change (from 2013)74.2%
EPS % Change (5 year annual rate)26.5%
EPS % Change (10 year annual rate)-

Total Return

Total Return to Investors (2014)-21.6%
Total Return to Investors (5 year, annualized)6.7%
Total Return to Investors (10 year, annualized)8.4%