Toyota is formidable outside its home market. Non-Japan sales account for more than two-thirds of the vehicles it sells. Toyota has been running on all cylinders for the past quarter-century and continues to go from strength to strength: That is why, at No. 9, it is the first non-U.S. company to crack the top ten of America's Most Admired list. (It's No. 2 on our global list.)
記事：For the sixth time, GE is America's most admired company. Its success does not come easy.
It's all about the long term. No other U.S. company has been as dominant for as long as GE. Of the 12 firms that Charles Dow put into his original Dow Jones industrial average in 1896, GE is the only one still in the index, and most of the others are dead. Survival is another achievement to admire.