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Companies With the Biggest Corporate Debt

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10. Charter Communications (NASDAQ: CHTR)
> Long-term debt: $69.5 billion
> Debt-to-equity ratio: 1.57
> Annual revenue: $43.6 billion
> Industry: Telecommunications

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9. CVS Health (NYSE: CVS)
> Long-term debt: $71.4 billion
> Debt-to-equity ratio: 1.22
> Annual revenue: $194.6 billion
> Industry: Health care

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8. Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT)
> Long-term debt: $72.2 billion
> Debt-to-equity ratio: 0.87
> Annual revenue: $110.4 billion
> Industry: Technology

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7. General Motors (NYSE: GM)
> Long-term debt: $73.1 billion
> Debt-to-equity ratio: 1.71
> Annual revenue: $147.0 billion
> Industry: Motor vehicles & parts

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6. Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL)
> Long-term debt: $93.7 billion
> Debt-to-equity ratio: 0.87
> Annual revenue: $265.6 billion
> Industry: Technology

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