The chart indicates the quantity of offshore profits accumulated by large companies. The companies are grouped into technological companies and other. According to the table on the upper left, the company with the most offshore profits was General Electric, which gained about one hundred and ten billion dollars accumulated through deals outside of the US. General Electric was followed by Microsoft, Pfizer and Merck, respectively. The company that had made the least in offshore profits was Oracle with thirty three billion dollars.
The technological companies that had made the most through offshore holdings are Microsoft, Apple and IBM, respectively. These companies managed to generate between fifty and seventy billion dollars in profits in the year 2013. The graph depicting their earnings is located in the top right hand corner of the image. All companies experienced steady gains for a period of over three years.
In the bottom left hand corner, there is a diagram indicating the twenty two most successful companies in terms of overseas profits. General Electric, again was the leader with one hundred and ten billion in overseas profits and Myers-Squibb held the lowest profits (according to the table) with overseas profits of twenty-four billion dollars.
The bottom right table indicates that there were two hundred and eight five companies which also dealt in offshore ventures. Together, these companies have amassed an estimated nine hundred and sixty three billion dollars in overseas profits. This information was given courtesy of the Standard and Poor 500 index.