Fortune Magazine just listed its Global 500, an annual ranking of the world's largest corporations.
Want to know how hosed the world is?
Rounding out the list are Wal-Mart and ING Group, one of those do-everything financial services companies.
Autos and energy dominated the top 25, but the most intriguing entry was at number 11 — Japan Post Holdings. It's the early stage of the Japanese Government's move to privatize its postal service.
So far, it's looking good. Japan's postal service made about as much money as its world-leading car company lost in 2008.