Established in 1865, Cargill (or “Cargill, Incorporated”) is a privately-held conglomerate known for its role in a wide range of industries from energy to steel to livestock to food processing to financial services. With annual revenue of nearly $115 billion, Cargill is the single largest privately-held enterprise in the United States. In terms of revenue, it is also larger than most publicly-traded companies ranked on the annual Fortune 500. This size demands a colossal workforce that, as of 2019, included 166,000 people.
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