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The Fortune 500 list for 2013 is out, and the ranking of publicly traded U.S. companies by total sales contains two new triumphs for Connecticut and one outrage.

In all, Connecticut has 16 companies on the list, our largest total in recent years, led, as always, by General Electric, the nation’s biggest industrial company. The Fairfield giant is No. 8 with $147 billion in sales last year, down from No. 6 in 2012.

Read the full story by Hartford Courant’s Dan Haar on The Haar Report.

Take a look at the Hartford Courant photo gallery of Connecticut’s 2013 Fortune 500 Companies.

The Connecticut companies on the list, with rank and 2012 sales in billions:

8   General Electric, Fairfield, $147 B

50 United Technologies, Hartford, $59.8 B

84 Aetna, Hartford, $36.6 B

103 Cigna, Bloomfield, 29.1 B

112 The Hartford Financial Services Group, Hartford,  26.4 B

131 Xerox, Norwalk,  22.4 B

241 Praxair, Danbury, 11.2 B

245 Stanley Black & Decker, New Britain, 11.1 B

340 Charter Communications, Stamford,  7.5 B

351 Terex, Westport, 7.3 B

399 EMCOR Group, Norwalk,  6.3 B

400 Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Stamford, 6.3 B

438 W.R. Berkley, Greenwich, 5.8 B

473 Priceline.com, Norwalk, 5.3 B

489 Pitney Bowes, Stamford, $5 B

492 Frontier Communications, $5 B

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