26 companies fall under the required threshold. Not all of them are US based and there's even a French one (criteo).
Here is the full list :
• Sales of goods: Alibaba, Amazon, Apple, Ebay, Google, Groupon, Rakuten, Schibsted, Wish, Zalando.
• Services: Amadeus, Axel Springer, Booking, Expedia, Match.com, Randstad, Recruit, Sabre, Travelport Worldwide, Tripadvisor, Uber.
• Advertisement: Amazon, Criteo, Ebay, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Verizon.
FYI, Alibaba's revenue (~56B) exceeds that of Ebay (~10B),
Uber (~11B), Expedia (~11b), Twitter (~3b), Groupon (~3v) and
Tripadvisor (~2b) combined.
Yes, Amazon/Apple/Microsoft/Google/Verizon are still huge. But it doesn't mean there aren't other big fish out there.
This is just another example of Americans (and hey, I’m American) feeling they are permitted to do whatever they want, even outside of their own borders. It’s peak arrogance.