Top-10 Companies in the world 2023

By: Praveen Rangar

1. Apple

Apple has reclaimed the top spot on the list of the world's Top companies. Apple began to take off in 1997, when Steve Jobs, one of its founders who had left the company a few years before, took over as CEO. He served in this capacity until August 24, 2011.

2. Microsoft

After some difficult years, particularly between 2007 and 2013, Microsoft is now the world's second most valuable company in terms of market capitalisation.Microsoft is now involved in other technological areas such as artificial intelligence and video games.

3. Aramco

The Saudi Monarchy owns Aramco, the world's largest oil company. This behemoth manages one out of every nine barrels of crude oil produced in the world and earns more than $300 billion in revenue.

4. Alphabet

Since August 2015, Google, now known as Alphabet, has been one of Wall Street's biggest success stories. It began as a search engine and has grown into a global web empire as a result of significant business diversification.

5. Amazon

Despite appearances, Amazon's history dates back to 1994, when Jeff Bezos founded the company with the goal of becoming the world's largest retailer. In terms of online commerce, this is a nearly completed goal.


Berkshire Hathaway, owned by the famous investor Warren Buffett, is the world's sixth most valuable company today, specializing in equity investments. It owns stakes in many of the world's most powerful corporations, including Apple, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, Wells Fargo, and American Express.

7. UnitedHealth

UnitedHealth Group is the world's second largest healthcare company in terms of revenue, so it's no surprise that it's one of the top ten most valuable companies.

8. Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson is one of the top ten most valuable companies. This is another defensive company that can withstand crises because its (health) products will continue to be consumed regardless of what happens.

9. Tesla

Tesla was founded in 2003, but its popularity skyrocketed after Elon Musk became CEO in 2008. He had become a shareholder four years before. The electric vehicle manufacturer went public in 2010 at a price of USD 17 per share.

10. VISA

When Bank of America introduced the BankAmericard credit card in 1958, Visa was born. The 1980s and 1990s were critical years in the international expansion of the Visa brand, which benefited from the installation of ATMs in the busiest areas of the United States.