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SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 2009

SV150 2009
SILICON VALLEY
RANK BY SALES
2008 2007 rank rank Company Business End quarter

SALES
(in millions)

PROFITS
(in millions)

PROFIT MARGIN
Profit/ Rank sales

MARKET CAP.
(in millions)

2008 sales

% chg Rank

Last four quarters

Rank

Amount

150
How the rankings are determined
The Silicon Valley 150 ranks public companies headquartered in Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, southern San Mateo and southern Alameda counties on the basis of worldwide revenue (“sales”) for the most recent available four quarters. Most results are for the four quarters ended on or near Dec. 31, 2008. The one-year percentage change in sales is measured from comparable results most recently reported by companies for the same periods the year before. Ranks for 2007 were based on revenue reported at the time for those periods. Profit rankings are based on net income and include results from discontinued operations, restructuring and merger-related expenses, investment gains or losses, gains on extinguishment of debt, as well as any amortized or nonrecurring charges. Profit margin is calculated by dividing the company’s net income for the most recent four quarters by its sales for the same period. Market capitalization — the number of shares outstanding multiplied by the price of a single share — is as of March 31, the last trading day of the first quarter of 2009. Dollar figures are in millions. Losses are in parentheses.

KEY
Double-digit advances in rank Double-digit declines in rank New to list after an initial public offering in 2008
Note-1: In the midst of a restatement process and profit figure is not available. Note-2: Acquired by Autonomy on March 17, 2009; value is as of the day before. Note-3: Not public in 2007

Source: Bloomberg Financial Markets, individual company reports and filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75

1 3 2 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 9 13 16 8 15 17 14 20 19 18 26 22 28 24 25 21 23 27 32 30 33 29 36 37 31 34 46 40 35 47 38 45 43 58 48 51 49 50 52 42 39 41 54 56 44 66 53 55 59 61 57 74 63 67 60 68 62 64 72 76 73 106 75 82 69

Hewlett-Packard Cisco Systems Intel Apple Oracle Google Sun Microsystems Calpine eBay Synnex Applied Materials Yahoo Symantec Sanmina-SCI Advanced Micro Devices Agilent Technologies Franklin Resources Gilead Sciences Con-way Robert Half Int'l Electronic Arts Bell Microproducts Juniper Networks Adobe Systems NetApp Nvidia SanDisk Intuit LSI Granite Construction Spansion KLA-Tencor Varian Medical Systems Xilinx Lam Research Maxim Integrated VMware Cypress Semiconductor National Semiconductor McAfee Atmel Brocade Communications JDS Uniphase SunPower Altera Netflix Synopsys Trimble Navigation Linear Technology VeriSign Cadence Design Systems Novellus Systems Varian VeriFone Holdings Palm Intuitive Surgical Quantum Plantronics Intersil NetGear Integrated Device Technology Equinix West Marine Tibco Software OmniVision Coherent Smart Modular Technologies Electronics for Imaging Super Micro Computer Finisar PMC-Sierra Infinera Atheros Communications Informatica Zoran

Computers, peripherals Networking equipment Semiconductors Computers Business software Internet search Servers, computer workstations Power-generation facilities Internet-based auction services IT supply chain services Semiconductor mfg. equip Internet media content Network security software Electronic mfg. services Semiconductors Measurement instruments Investment services Therapeutic viral medicines Trucking, air freight Personnel services Entertainment software Electronics distributor Internet infrastructure systems Software for printing and display Network data storage devices 3D-graphics processors Flash-memory storage Personal financial software Semiconductors Heavy construction Flash-memory devices Semiconductor mfg. equip Medical electronics Programmable logic devices Semiconductor mfg. equip Mixed-signal semiconductors Virtualization software Semiconductors Semiconductors Network security, mgmt software Semiconductors Storage area networking Fiber-optic components Solar-power devices Programmable logic devices Online DVD rental service Electronic design software Satellite-based navigation Linear integrated circuits Internet security Electronic design software Semiconductor mfg. equip Scientific instruments Transaction automation systems Handheld computing devices Minimally invasive surgical systems Data storage, protection Telephone headsets Semiconductors Home, small business networks Semiconductors Internet exchange services Boating supplies retailer E-business software Semiconductor imaging devices Lasers Electronic subsystems Networked printers Server products Fiber-optic test systems Semiconductors Digital optical networks Wireless semiconductors E-business software Digital video chips

JAN $118,697.0 10% 1 JAN $39,575.0 5% 2 DEC $37,586.0 -2% 4 DEC $33,038.0 25% 5 FEB $23,630.0 12% 3 DEC $21,795.6 31% 6 DEC $13,256.0 -5% 146 DEC $9,937.0 25% 70 DEC $8,541.3 11% 8 FEB $7,748.5 8% 36 JAN $7,375.2 -23% 12 DEC $7,208.5 3% 14 DEC $6,222.0 9% 149 DEC $6,088.7 -40% 138 DEC $5,792.0 -4% 148 JAN $5,547.0 0% 11 DEC $5,415.2 -21% 9 DEC $5,335.8 26% 7 DEC $5,036.8 15% 40 DEC $4,600.6 -1% 21 DEC $4,479.0 42% 144 DEC $3,650.0 -10% note-1 DEC $3,572.4 26% 13 FEB $3,475.8 2% 10 JAN $3,464.5 9% 34 JAN $3,424.9 -16% 105 DEC $3,351.4 -14% 147 JAN $3,063.5 7% 15 DEC $2,677.1 3% 140 DEC $2,674.2 -2% 31 SEP $2,466.7 -1% 136 DEC $2,122.0 -24% 127 DEC $2,119.9 15% 19 DEC $1,905.9 5% 17 DEC $1,903.7 -27% 26 DEC $1,900.6 -8% 27 DEC $1,881.0 42% 20 DEC $1,799.7 13% 137 FEB $1,641.6 -13% 22 DEC $1,600.1 22% 25 DEC $1,566.8 -4% 104 DEC $1,550.7 14% 32 DEC $1,511.9 3% 142 DEC $1,434.9 85% 35 DEC $1,367.2 8% 18 DEC $1,364.7 13% 37 JAN $1,361.2 11% 24 DEC $1,329.2 9% 28 DEC $1,164.5 7% 16 DEC $1,150.6 -23% 134 DEC $1,076.5 -33% 145 DEC $1,011.0 -36% 120 DEC $983.3 5% 43 JAN $950.4 9% 139 FEB $945.3 -34% 141 DEC $874.9 46% 23 DEC $869.8 -15% 132 DEC $827.6 -2% 107 DEC $769.7 2% 143 DEC $743.3 2% 59 DEC $732.9 -10% 130 DEC $704.7 68% 30 DEC $631.3 -7% 109 FEB $630.8 5% 46 JAN $587.2 -22% 88 DEC $579.4 -3% 79 NOV $578.7 -16% 100 DEC $560.4 -10% 92 DEC $558.2 18% 53 JAN $545.6 31% 128 DEC $525.1 17% 29 DEC $519.2 111% 39 DEC $472.4 13% 58 DEC $455.7 16% 45 DEC $438.5 -14% 126

$8,050.0 $7,492.0 $5,292.0 $4,858.0 $5,739.0 $4,226.9 ($1,832.0) $10.0 $1,779.5 $86.4 $565.4 $424.3 ($6,293.1) ($519.5) ($3,098.0) $637.0 $1,190.8 $2,011.2 $73.7 $250.2 ($1,140.0)
note-1

$511.7 $808.9 $101.3 ($30.0) ($2,056.8) $415.2 ($622.3) $122.4 ($401.9) ($228.0) $292.8 $401.6 $160.4 $155.9 $290.1 ($430.3) $220.2 $172.2 ($27.2) $121.2 ($757.7) $92.3 $359.7 $83.1 $196.0 $141.5 $405.2 ($384.3) ($1,821.8) ($115.7) $61.9 ($573.8) ($681.7) $204.3 ($360.8) ($36.1) ($1,037.6) $18.1 ($307.3) $131.5 ($38.8) $52.5 ($8.1) $4.0 ($23.0) ($12.2) $24.4 ($238.1) $133.9 $78.7 $18.9 $56.0 ($215.7)

51 7% 6 $76,835.4 14 19% 2 $97,886.8 25 14% 5 $83,596.9 21 15% 3 $93,615.0 7 24% 4 $90,050.3 13 19% 1 $109,741.1 110 -14% 18 $5,451.2 81 0% 32 $2,919.8 12 21% 9 $16,114.1 78 1% 74 $643.7 49 8% 10 $14,290.5 56 6% 8 $17,859.7 142 -101% 11 $12,265.5 99 -9% 120 $155.9 131 -53% 39 $2,033.5 33 11% 20 $5,306.6 10 22% 12 $12,008.7 2 38% 7 $42,195.4 76 1% 63 $827.7 58 5% 35 $2,707.0 117 -25% 17 $5,853.9 note-1 note-1 146 $15.1 24 14% 16 $7,858.1 9 23% 13 $11,209.1 69 3% 25 $4,908.2 84 -1% 19 $5,348.6 134 -61% 33 $2,860.8 27 14% 15 $8,673.0 115 -23% 40 $1,970.3 64 5% 47 $1,433.5 112 -16% 145 $20.9 102 -11% 30 $3,397.1 26 14% 27 $3,786.5 11 21% 21 $5,251.9 44 8% 34 $2,858.4 46 8% 26 $4,017.5 18 15% 14 $9,227.3 116 -24% 58 $934.2 28 13% 37 $2,355.6 36 11% 22 $5,162.4 89 -2% 44 $1,629.7 48 8% 50 $1,335.1 129 -50% 69 $699.2 52 6% 41 $1,877.9 5 26% 23 $5,148.8 54 6% 36 $2,518.7 23 14% 31 $2,943.9 37 11% 42 $1,819.7 3 35% 24 $5,098.3 121 -33% 29 $3,629.2 147 -169% 54 $1,111.3 103 -11% 45 $1,614.4 53 6% 72 $688.3 133 -60% 78 $574.3 139 -72% 53 $1,152.7 8 23% 28 $3,736.8 123 -41% 126 $140.8 93 -4% 77 $587.4 145 -135% 49 $1,399.3 71 2% 90 $414.2 124 -42% 66 $749.5 15 19% 38 $2,120.8 98 -6% 130 $118.3 45 8% 55 $1,026.2 86 -1% 96 $336.3 80 1% 89 $420.1 91 -4% 136 $85.1 90 -2% 81 $507.8 65 4% 117 $170.6 125 -44% 113 $208.1 6 26% 48 $1,416.2 19 15% 70 $697.8 66 4% 60 $891.9 31 12% 52 $1,155.9 128 -49% 86 $450.4

HOW THE SV150 CHANGED SHAPE IN 2008
The software sector of the SV150 had the biggest expansion in the number of companies in 2008, growing by four to 26 companies. One of the sector’s additions was ArcSight, the only company in Silicon Valley that held an initial public offering last year. The networking sector shrank by four to 21 companies, after three companies in the sector the previous year were acquired in 2008. Sales among this year’s SV150 grew 5.2 percent in 2008 to $474 billion. For the sixth year in a row the Internet sector recorded the biggest gain in sales, followed once again by the biomedical sector. Sales for the semiconductor sector fell for the first time since 2002 and represented the lowest share of total sales for the SV150 since 1992. Net profit among the SV150 was cut in half in 2008 compared with the year before. Only the biomedical and Internet sectors managed to grow profits, while the electronic contract services sector managed to reduce the size of its combined net loss. Huge write-downs of the value of goodwill and other assets taken by companies in the storage, software and semiconductor sectors led to net losses for each. The combined market value of the companies in the SV150 had its biggest drop since 2002. No sector was spared, but the drop in values of the biomedical, computers and software sectors were smaller than the 32 percent loss for the SV150 as a whole. The instruments sector suffered the biggest loss, losing half its value from the year before, in part due to a 70 percent drop worth $4.4 billion in the value of SunPower. The number of workers employed worldwide by SV150 companies leapt 20 percent in 2008 to over 1 million workers for the first time. The gain was primarily because of a 68 percent rise in employees within the SV150’s biggest sector, computers. That gain was powered by an 87 percent increase in the work force at Hewlett-Packard, largely because of its acquisition last year of Electronic Data Systems. Apple also increased its work force by 48 percent last year. Worker productivity among the SV150 fell 12.5 percent in 2008, the worst showing since a 22 percent decline in 2001 following the dotcom collapse. The computers sector, which had the biggest increase in workers, also had the biggest drop in sales per employee. The biomedical, Internet and non-technology sectors managed to increase productivity, as did software, barely.


				
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