A new report by Recode sheds light on the companies and their business models, and paints a portrait of the industries that thrive in the current climate.

The report, based on data from Bloomberg, shows that in 2016, the average business was up $30 million, or 8 percent, and the number of companies with over $1 billion in revenue was up 3.7 percent.

While many of these companies have been around for years, they are now on the rise.

In 2016, 12 of the top 20 companies in revenue reported increasing revenue, and only two saw their revenue drop.

That year, the top 10 companies in revenues saw revenue growth, with the top ten in revenue seeing an average decrease of 4.7%.

The top 10 most profitable companies are:Acer, Apple, Dell, Amazon, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, Microsoft, and Tesla.

The top 20 most profitable businesses were also the most popular companies.

A total of 6,049 people were hired at the top 40 most profitable firms in 2016.

That’s up from 5,076 in 2015.

The top 20 largest companies, with revenues of $1.2 billion or more, also saw the highest average revenue increases over the past year.

The top 100 companies with revenues between $1 million and $1,865 million saw an average increase of 8.4 percent.

The bottom 10 companies, the ones that saw the lowest average revenue increase, saw the most revenue drops.

These companies accounted for a combined $11.6 billion in sales.