the technological firms trustent the classification of the most powerful marks

October 13, 2009 at 9:08 am Leave a comment

Business – This classification, tablit by BusinessWeek, are based on the incomes gnrs but also on their capacit sduire the consumers.

Like each Anne, the magazine BusinessWeek (aid by the socit of Interbrand council) publishes its classification of the 100 most powerful companies and most popular. A classification ralis to start from several critres: the figure D `businesses, internationalization, or their aptitudes sduire consumers.

Few changes in this vintage 2009: Coca Cola remains the most powerful firm and more apprcie according to the magazine. Derrire, one observes nanmoins a strong prsence trs technological companies.

9 companies franaises

IBM is thus deuxime with a value estimates 60 billion dollars followed of (56,6 billion compared with 60 in 2008) and the 5th place (34,8 billion dollars).

In the 20 premires places, one counts 9 technological companies. passes from the 10th 7th place with a `value `of 32 billion dollars, is 9th (less 2 places), 11th, gains three places and occupies the 14th rank, Samsung is 19th.

Malgr a brilliant Anne 2009 trs, N `occupies that the 20th rank with a `value `of 15,4 billion dollars, but gains 4 places in one year.

Blackberry N `is that 63e (+10 rows) and occupies modest a 64e place. Adobe makes its between the 95e place.

the premire undertaken franaise is located the 16th place: it S `acts of Louis Vuitton. One counts only 9 hexagonal firms in this Signal 100…

# the 30 premires places of the classification BusinessWeek


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