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Old 05-07-2012, 04:56 PM
 
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Below is a breakdown of the 2012 Fortune 500 headquarters by Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). The list isn't complete as I only included metro areas with 2 or more. Also, there might be some mistakes so don't freak out if your MSA isn't represented or if a company was missed.

New York City MSA - 66
Bay Area - 30
Chicago MSA - 29
Houston MSA - 25
Los Angeles MSA - 20
Washington D.C. MSA - 20
Dallas - Fort Worth MSA - 18
Minneapolis - St. Paul MSA - 18
Atlanta MSA - 13
Detroit MSA - 13
Philadelphia MSA - 12
Boston MSA - 10
Charlotte MSA - 9
Cincinnati MSA - 9
Denver MSA - 9
Pittsburgh MSA - 9
St. Louis MSA - 9
Cleveland MSA - 8
Seattle MSA - 8
Columbus MSA - 6
Milwaukee MSA - 6
Phoenix MSA - 6
Miami - Fort Lauderdale MSA - 5
Omaha MSA - 5
Richmond MSA - 5
San Antonio MSA - 5
Jacksonville MSA - 4
Las Vegas MSA - 4
Nashville MSA - 4
Indianapolis MSA - 3
Kansas City MSA - 3
Louisville MSA - 3
Memphis MSA - 3
Tampa–St. Petersburg MSA - 3
Toledo MSA - 3
Virginia Beach - Norfolk MSA - 3
Akron MSA - 2
Allentown MSA - 2
Austin MSA - 2
Des Moines MSA - 2
Oklahoma City MSA - 2
Orlando MSA - 2
Portland MSA - 2
Providence MSA - 2
Raleigh-Durham - 2
San Diego MSA - 2
Tulsa MSA - 2
Winston-Salem MSA - 2


Source: http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortu...012/full_list/

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Old 05-07-2012, 04:58 PM
 
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DFW seems low to me. Thought they had 25?
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Old 05-07-2012, 05:09 PM
 
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Philadelphia?
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Old 05-07-2012, 05:30 PM
 
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Philadelphia?

Well there is 4 in the top 100

Actually 12 in the MSA based on the list (maybe you forgot Cambells soup in Camden NJ)

1 in Mercer; 2 in Allentown which qualifies on the MSA front

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Old 05-07-2012, 05:32 PM
 
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philadelphia?
12
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Old 05-07-2012, 05:33 PM
 
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WTF does D.C. really have 20 now? They're climbing. What companies are moving there and why??
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Old 05-07-2012, 05:35 PM
 
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DFW seems low to me. Thought they had 25?
I thought Dallas seemed low too, but I checked again my TX numbers are right.

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WTF does D.C. really have 20 now? They're climbing. What companies are moving there and why??
I know the D.C. area recently gained Alliant Techsystems from the MPLS - STPL area being the CEO lives in DC area. Complete b.s. move, but whatever.

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Old 05-07-2012, 05:39 PM
 
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To 52 Companies in Texas:

Houston:
1. ConocoPhillips
2. Enterprise Products Partners
3. Sysco
4. Plains All American Pipeline
5. Halliburton
6. Baker Hughes
7. Apache
8. Marathon Oil
9. National Oilwell Varco
10. Anadarko Petroleum
11. Waste Management
12. EOG Resources
13. KBR
14. Enbridge Energy Partners
15. CenterPoint Energy
16. Kinder Morgan
17. Targa Resources
18. Cameron International
19. Calpine
20. Group 1 Automotive
21. Spectra Energy
22. FMC Technologies
23. CVR Energy
24. El Paso
25. MRC Global


DFW:
1. Exxon Mobil
2. AT&T
3. AMR
4. Fluor
5. Kimberly-Clark
6. J.C. Penney
7. Southwest Airlines
8. HollyFrontier
9. Texas Instruments
10. Dean Foods
11. Tenet Healthcare
12. GameStop
13. Energy Transfer Equity
14. Commercial Metals
15. Energy Future Holdings
16. Celanese
17. Dr Pepper Snapple Group
18. MetroPCS Communications



San Antonio:
1. Valero Energy
2. Tesoro
3. United Services Automobile Assn.
4. NuStar Energy
5. CC Media Holdings

Austin:
1. Dell
2. Whole Foods Market


El Paso:
1. Western Refining

Corpus Christi:
1. Susser Holdings
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Old 05-07-2012, 05:41 PM
 
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DFW seems low to me. Thought they had 25?

A DFW (Energy Transfer Equity) firm bought Sunoco

Next year plus 1 DFW and -1 Philly (lost on last year as well; Cephalon to Isreali Teva - at least the US HQ of Teva will stay as always in Philly)
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Old 05-07-2012, 05:46 PM
 
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A DFW firm bought Sunoco

Next year plus 1 DFW and -1 Philly
For some reason I thought DFW already had about 25. Thought they would be tied after Houston lost Continental.
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