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Fortune Global 500 list includes six Minnesota companies

UnitedHealth Group, Target, Best Buy, Supervalu, 3M and Inver Grove Heights-based CHS are among Fortune’s list of the biggest companies in the world. Twin Cities Business reports all the Minnesota companies were on the list last year, but dropped in this year’s annual ranking, expect for CHS, who jumped 97 spots.
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UnitedHealth Group, Target, Best Buy, Supervalu, 3M and Inver Grove Heights-based CHS are among Fortune’s list of the biggest companies in the world.

Twin Cities Business reports all the Minnesota companies were on the list last year, but dropped in this year’s annual ranking, expect for CHS, who jumped 97 spots.

Minnetonka-based UnitedHealth Group was the highest ranked Minnesota company, followed by Target and Best Buy.

Click here, to view the entire 2012 Fortune Global 500 list.

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