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Old 05-07-2013, 02:19 AM
 
Location: Piedmont, CA/São Paulo, Brazil
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Please check your state/metro to see if I may have goofed:-)

Fortune 500 2013: Annual ranking of America's largest corporations from Fortune Magazine

States:
California 54
New York 52
Texas 52
Illinois 32
Ohio 27
Virginia 23
New Jersey 21
Pennsylvania 21
Michigan 19
Minnesota 19
Connecticut 16
Georgia 16
Florida 15
Massachusetts 12
North Carolina 12
Colorado 10
Missouri 10
Wisconsin 10
Tennessee 9
Washington 8
Arkansas 6
Arizona 6
Indiana 6
Kentucky 5
Nebraska 5
Maryland 4
Nevada 4
DC 3
Kansas 3
Louisiana 3
Rhode Island 3
Delaware 2
Oklahoma 2
Oregon 2
Iowa 2
Alabama 1
South Carolina 1
Utah 1

CSA or uncombined MSA(2+ Fortune 500 companies):
New York 84
San Francisco 31
Chicago 29
Houston 24
Los Angeles 21
Dallas 19
Washington DC 18
Minneapolis 17
Atlanta 15
Boston 14
Detroit 13
Denver 10
Philadelphia 10
Cincinnati 9
Pittsburgh 9
St Louis 9
Charlotte 8
Seattle 8
Cleveland 7
Milwaukee 7
Phoenix 6
Richmond 6
Columbus 5
Hartford 5
Omaha 5
San Antonio 5
Toledo 5
Las Vegas 4
Miami 4
Nashville 4
Virginia Beach 4
Fayetteville 3
Greensboro 3
Indianapolis 3
Kansas City 3
Louisville 3
Memphis 3
Tampa 3
Austin 2
Des Moines 2
Jacksonville 2
Harrisburg 2
Little Rock 2
Orlando 2
Portland 2

Companies by CSA or uncombined MSA(2+ Fortune 500 companies):

New York: 84
8 General Electric $146.9 Billion
16 Verizon $115.8 Billion
18 JP Morgan Chase $108.2 Billion
20 IBM $104.6 Billion
26 Citigroup $90.8 Billion
29 Prudential $84.8 Billion
38 AIG $70.1 Billion
39 INTL FCStone $69.3 Billion
40 MetLife $68.2 Billion
41 Johnson & Johnson $67.2 Billion
43 PepsiCo $65.5 Billion
48 Pfizer $61.2 Billion
58 Merck $47.3 Billion
68 Goldman Sachs $41.7 Billion
75 Hess $38.4 Billion
78 Honeywell International $37.7 Billion
89 New York Life Insurance $34.3 Billion
90 American Express $33.8 Billion
91 News Corp $33.7 Billion
96 Morgan Stanley $32.4 Billion
97 TIAA-CREF $32.2 Billion
99 Philip Morris International $31.4 Billion
105 Time Warner $28.7 Billion
116 Travelers Cos. $25.7 Billion
128 Alcoa $23.7 Billion
131 Xerox $7.3 Billion
134 Time Warner Cable $21.4 Billion
142 PBF Energy $20.1 Billion
158 Bristol-Myers Squibb $17.6 Billion
165 Colgate-Palmolive $17.1 Billion
178 Icahn Enterprises $15.7 Billion
180 Bank of New York Mellon $15.5 Billion
186 CBS $14.7 Billion
188 Loews $14.6 Billion
191 Omnicom Group $14.2 Billion
197 L-3 Communications $14.1 billion
198 Viacom $13.9 Billion
202 Chubb $13.6 Billion
204 Toys "R" US $13.5 Billion
224 PPL $12.3 Billion
226 Consolidated Edison $12.2 Billion
228 Marsh & McLennan $11.9 Billion
238 Guardian Life Ins. Co. of America $11.3 Billion
241 Praxair $11.2 Billion
252 Avon Products $10.7 Billion
255 Automatic Data Processing $10.7 Billion
273 Air Products and Chemicals $9.9 Billion
276 Public Service Enterprise Group $9.8 Billion
277 KKR $9.7 Billion
279 Estee Lauder $9.7 Billion
285 Bed Bath & Beyond $9.5 Billion
286 BlackRock $9.3 Billion
289 Leucadia National $9.3 Billion
293 Hertz Global Holdings $9.0 Billion
296 Henry Schein $8.9 Billion
309 Assurant $8.5 Billion
314 NRG Energy $8.4 Billion
332 Becton Dickinson $7.9 Billion
333 Sealed Air $7.9 Billion
340 Charter Communications $7.5 Billion
341 Quest Diagnostics $7.5 Billion
348 Mastercard $7.4 Billion
350 Avis Budget Group $7.4 Billion
351 Terex $7.3 Billion
352 Cognizant Technology Solutions $7.3 Billion
360 Barnes & Noble $7.1 Billion
366 Interpublic Group $7.0 Billion
370 Ralph Lauren $6.9 Billion
382 Cablevision Systems $6.7 Billion
383 Jarden $6.7 Billion
390 McGraw-Hill $6.5 Billion
399 EMCOR Group $6.3 Billion
400 Starwood Hotels & Resorts $6.3 Billion
413 Foot Locker $6.2 Billion
422 PVH $6.0 Billion
432 Actavis $5.9 Billion
438 WR Berkley $5.8 Billion
456 Celgene $5.5 Billion
473 Priceline.com $5.3 Billion
477 Avaya $5.2 Billion
489 Pitney Bowes $5.0 Billion
492 Frontier Communications $5.0 Billion
495 JetBlue Airways $5.0 Billion
499 CA Technologies $4.8 Billion

San Francisco: 31
3 Chevron $233.9 Billion
6 Apple $156.5 Billion
14 McKesson $122.7 Billion
15 Hewlett-Packard $120.4 Billion
25 Wells Fargo $91.2 Billion
54 Intel $53.3 Billion
55 Google $52.2 Billion
60 Cisco Systems $46.1 Billion
62 Safeway $44.2 Billion
80 Oralce $37.1 Billion
179 Gap $15.7 Billion
183 PG&E $15.0 Billion
196 eBay $14.1 Billion
248 URS $11.0 Billion
260 Visa $10.4 Billion
262 Synnex $10.3 Billion
278 Ross Stores $9.7 Billion
280 Gilead Sciences $9.7 Billion
302 Applied Materials $8.7 Billion
362 Franklin Resources $7.1 Billion
368 Core-Mark Holding $6.9 Billion
371 Agilent Technolgies $6.9 Billion
379 Symantec $6.7 Billion
408 NetApp $6.2 Billion
420 Sanmina $6.1 Billion
461 Clorox $5.4 Billion
474 Advanced Micro Devices $5.4 Billion
482 Facebook $5.1 Billion
487 SanDisk $5.1 Billion
488 Charles Schwab $5.0 Billion
494 Yahoo $5.0 Billion

Chicago: 29
30 Boeing $81.7 Billion
37 Walgrens $71.6 Billion
70 Abbott Laboratories $39.9 Billion
71 Sears Holdings $39.9 Billion
79 United Continental Holdings $37.2 Billion
88 Mondelez International $35.0 Billion
92 Allstate $33.3 Billion
111 McDonald's $27.6 Billion
129 Exelon $23.5 Billion
151 Kraft Foods Group $18.3 Billion
155 Illinois Tool Works $18.1 Billion
193 Baxter International $14.2 Billion
216 Navistar International $12.9 Billion
264 RR Donnelley & Sons $10.2 Billion
267 CDW $10.1 Billion
288 Hillshire Brands $9.3 Billion
294 Discover Financial Services $9.0 Billion
295 WW Grainger $9.0 Billion
304 Motorola Solutions $8.7 Billion
308 Dover $8.5 Billion
349 Tenneco $7.4 Billion
367 OfficeMax $6.9 Billion
386 Ingredion $6.5 Billion
405 Anixter $6.3 Billion
419 CF Industries Holdings $6.1 Billion
468 Telephone & Data Systems $5.3 Billion
480 NiSource $5.1 Billion
484 United Stationers $5.1 Billion
496 Old Republic International $5.0 Billion

Houston: 24
4 Phillips 66 $169.6 Billion
45 Conoco Phillips $63.4 Billion
64 Enterprise Products $42.6 Billion
64 Sysco $42.4 Billion
77 Plains All American Pipeline $37.8 Billion
106 Halliburton $28.5 Billion
135 Baker Hughes $21.4 Billion
144 National Oilwell Varco $20.0 Billion
167 Apache $17.1 Billion
174 Marathon Oil $16.2 Billion
200 Waste Management $13.6 Billion
207 Anadarko Petroleum $13.4 Billion
233 EOG Resources $11.7 Billion
265 Kinder Morgan $10.2 Billion
310 Cameron International $8.5 Billion
343 Group 1 Automotive $7.5 Billion
344 CenterPoint Energy $7.5 Billion
381 EnBridge Energy Partners $6.7 Billion
397 Quanta Services $6.4 Billion
417 FMC Technologies $6.2 Billion
435 Targa Resources $5.9 Billion
451 MRC Global $5.6 Billion
459 Calpine $5.5 Billion
475 Spectra Energy $5.2 Billion

Los Angeles: 21
66 Walt Disney $42.3 Billion
76 Ingram Micro $37.8 Billion
102 DirecTV $29.7 Billion
125 Occidental Petroluem $24.3 Billion
162 Amgen $27.3 Billion
212 Edison International $14.1 Billion
222 Western Digital $12.5 Billion
236 Health Net $11.5 Billion
249 Jacobs Engineering Group $10.9 Billion
313 Reliance Steel & Aluminum $8.4 Billion
320 AECOM Technology $8.2 Billion
327 Broadcom $8.0 Billion
331 Spectrum Group International $8.0 Billion
369 Pacific Life $6.9 Billion
372 Dole Food $6.8 Billion
375 Avery Dennison $6.8 Billion
387 CBRE Group $6.5 Billion
395 Mattel $6.4 Billion
423 Molina Healthcare $6.0 Billion
439 Live Nation Entertainment $5.8 Billion
440 Allergan $5.8 Billion

Dallas: 19
2 Exxon Mobil $449.9 Billion
11 AT&T $127.4 Billion
110 Fluor $27.6 Billion
121 AMR $24.9 Billion
136 Kimberly-Clark $21.1 Billion
143 HollyFrontier $20.1 Billion
161 Energy Transfer Equity $17.3 Billion
164 Southwest Airlines $17.1 Billion
215 JC Penney $13.0 Billion
217 Dean Foods $12.9 Billion
218 Texas Instruments $12.8 Billion
269 Tenet Healthcare $10.1 Billion
298 GameStop $8.9 Billion
334 KBR $7.9 Billion
335 Commercial Metals $7.9 Billion
396 Celanese $6.4 Billion
427 Dr Pepper Snapple Group $6.0 Billion
447 Energy Future Holdings $5.6 Billion
481 MetroPCS $5.1 Billion

Washington DC:18
12 Fannie Mae $127.2 Billion
31 Freddie Mac $80.6 Billion
59 Lockheed Martin $47.2 Billion
98 General Dynamics $31.5 Billion
120 Northrop Grumman $25.2 Billion
127 Capital One $23.8 Billion
152 Danaher $18.3 Billion
153 AES $18.2 Billion
176 Computer Sciences $15.9 Billion
195 Coventry Health Care $14.1 Billion
230 Marriott International $11.8 Billion
240 SAIC $11.2 Billion
421 NII Holdings $6.1 Billion
469 Host Hotels & Resorts $5.3 Billion
483 Pepco Holdings $5.1 Billion
436 Booz Allen Hamilton $5.9 Billion
453 Exelis $5.5 Billion
467 Gannett $5.4 Billion

Minneapolis: 17
17 UnitedHealth Group $110.6 Billion
36 Target $73.3 Billion
61 Best Buy $45.1 Billion
69 CHS $40.6 Billion
86 Supervalu $36.1 Billion
101 3M $29.9 Billion
132 US Bancorp $22.2 Billion
169 General Mills $16.7 Billion
172 Medtronic $16.5 Billion
194 Land O'Lakes $14.1 Billion
229 Ecolab $11.8 Billion
237 CH Robinson Worldwide $11.4 Billion
246 Mosaic $11.1 Billion
263 Ameriprise Financial $10.3 Billion
266 Xcel Energy $10.1 Billion
457 St Jude Medical $5.5 Billion
500 Nash-Finch $4.8 Billion

Atlanta: 15
34 Home Depot $74.8 Billion
53 UPS $54.1 Billion
57 Coca-Cola $48.0 Billion
84 Delta Air Lines $36.7 Billion
171 Southern $16.5 Billion
214 Genuine Parts $13.0 Billion
239 SunTrust Banks $11.2 Billion
254 First Data $10.7 Billion
272 AGCO $10.0 Billion
291 Rock-Tenn $9.2 Billion
330 HD Supply $8.0 Billion
339 Coca-Cola Enterprises $7.6 Billion
433 Newell Rubbermaid $5.9 Billion
441 NCR $5.8 Billion
442 Mohawk Industries $5.8 Billion

Boston: 14
13 CVS Caremark $123.1 Billion
81 Liberty Mutual Insurance Group $36.9 Billion
94 Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance $32.9 Billion
115 TJX $25.9 Billion
122 Staples $24.7 Billion
124 Raytheon $24.4 Billion
133 EMC $21.7 Billion
157 Global Partners $17.6 Billion
220 Thermo Fisher Scientific $12.7 Billion
225 Textron $12.2 Billion
268 State Street Corp. $10.1 Billion
357 Boston Scientific $7.2 Billion
454 Biogen Idec $5.5 Billion
474 United Natural Foods $5.2 Billion

Detroit: 13
7 General Motors $152.3 Billion
10 Ford Motor $134.3 Billion
173 TRW Automotive Holdings $16.4 Billion
187 Lear $14.6 Billion
203 Penske Automotive Group $13.6 Billion
221 Ally Financial $12.6 Billion
299 DTE Energy $8.8 Billion
317 Autoliv $8.3 Billion
336 Masco $7.8 Billion
358 BorgWarner $7.2 Billion
359 Visteon $7.2 Billion
450 Con-way $5.6 Billion
462 Kelly Services $5.5 Billion

Denver: 10
141 Arrow Electronics $20.4 Billion
189 DISH Network $14.3 Billion
256 Liberty Global $10.6 Billion
270 Liberty Interactive $10.1 Billion
274 Newmont Mining $9.9 Billion
301 Ball $8.7 Billion
311 DaVita HealthCare Partners $8.5 Billion
398 Level 3 Communications $6.4 Billion
415 C2HM Hill $6.2 Billion
445 Western Union $5.7 Billion

Philadelphia: 10
32 AmerisourceBergen $79.7 Billion
46 Comcast $62.6 Billion
72 DuPont $39.5 Billion
205 Aramark $13.5 Billion
235 Lincoln National $11.5 Billion
312 Crown Holdings $8.5 Billion
337 Universal Health Services $7.8 Billion
338 Campbell Soup $7.7 Billion
418 SLM $6.1 Billion
388 UGI $6.5 Billion

Cincinnati: 9
23 Kroger $96.8 Billion
28 Proctor & Gamble $85.1 Billion
109 Macy's $27.7 Billion
321 Ashland $8.2 Billion
425 General Cable $6.0 Billion
361 Fifth Third Corporation $7.1 Billion
416 Omnicare $6.2 Billion
430 AK Steel Holding $5.9 Billion
471 Western & Southern Financial Group $5.3 Billion

Pittsburgh: 9
147 United States Steel $19.3 Billion
170 PNC Financial Services Group $16.6 Billion
182 PPG Industries $15.2 Billion
234 HJ Heinz $11.6 Billion
374 Mylan $6.8 Billion
385 WESCO International $6.6 Billion
437 Dick's Sporting Goods $5.8 Billion
463 Consol Energy $5.4 Billion
490 Allegheny Technologies $5.0 Billion

St Louis: 9
24 Express Scripts Holdings $94.4 Billion
123 Emerson Electric $24.5 Billion
206 Monsanto $13.5 Billion
275 Reinsurance Group of America $9.8 Billion
303 Centene $8.7 Billion
315 Peabody Energy $8.3 Billion
373 Ameren $6.8 Billion
465 Graybar Electric $5.4 Billion
491 Jones Financial $5.0 Billion

Charlotte: 8
21 Bank of America $100.1 Billion
56 Lowe's $50.5 Billion
145 Duke Energy $19.6 Billion
146 Nucor $19.4 Billion
287 Family Dollar Stores $9.3 Billion
307 Sonic Automotive $8.5 Billion
431 SPX $5.9 Billion
458 Domtar $5.5 Billion

Seattle: 8
22 Costco Wholesale $99.1 Billion
35 Microsoft $73.7 Billion
49 Amazon.com $61.1 Billion
168 Paccar $17.7 Billion
208 Starbucks $13.3 Billion
227 Nordstrom $12.1 Billion
363 Weyerhauser $7.1 Billion
428 Expeditors International of Washington $6.0
Billion

Cleveland: 7
137 Goodyear Tire & Rubber $21.0 Billion
166 Progressive $17.1 Billion
181 FirstEnergy $15.3 Billion
211 Parker-Hannifin $13.1 Billion
282 Sherwin-Williams $9.5 Billion
329 TravelCenters of America $8.0 Billion
424 Cliffs Natural Resources $6.0 Billion

Milwaukee: 7
67 Johnson Controls $42.0 Billion
114 Northwest Mutual $26.0 Billion
140 ManpowerGroup $20.7 Billion
148 Kohl's $19.3 Billion
403 Rockwell Automation $6.3 Billion
446 Joy Global $5.7 Billion
449 Harley-Davidson $5.6 Billion

Phoenix: 6
117 Avnet $25.7 Billion
156 Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold $18.0 Billion
199 US Airways Group $13.8 Billion
323 Republic Services $8.1 Billion
377 PetSmart $6.8 Billion
470 Insight Enterprises $5.3 Billion

Richmond: 6
159 Altria Group $17.5 Billion
210 Dominion Resoures $13.2 Billion
259 CarMax $10.5 Billion
271 Genworth Financial $10.0 Billion
297 OWens & Minor $8.9 Billion
448 MeadWestVaco $5.6 Billion

Columbus: 5
19 Cardinal Health $107.6 Billion
100 Nationwide $30.4 Billion
185 American Electric Power $14.9 Billion
258 L Brands $10.5 Billion
466 Big Lots $5.4 Billion

Hartford: 5
50 United Technologies $59.8 Billion
84 Aetna $36.6 Billion
103 Cign $29.1 Billion
112 Hartford Financial Services Group $26.4 Billion
400 Stanley Black & Decker $11.1 Billion

Omaha: 5
5 Berkshire Hathaway $162.5 Billion
138 Union Pacific $20.9 Billion
209 ConAgra Foods $13.3 Billion
243 Peter Kiewit Sons' $11.2 Billion
394 Mutual of Omaha Insurance $6.4 Billion

San Antonio: 5
9 Valero $138.3 Billion
95 Tesoro $32.5 Billion
139 USAA $20.7 Billion
389 NuStar Energy $6.5 Billion
407 Clear Channel $6.2 Billion

Toledo: 5
33 Marathon Petroleum $76.8 Billion
356 Dana Holding $7.3 Billion
364 Owens-Illinois $7.0 Billion
472 Andersons $5.3 Billion
476 Owens Corning $5.2 Billion

Las Vegas: 4
244 Las Vegas Sands $11.1 Billion
292 MGM Resorts International $9.2 Billion
300 Caesars Entertainment $8.8 Billion
478 Wynn Resorts $5.2 Billion

Miami: 4
74 World Fuel Services $38.9 Billion
177 AutoNation $15.7 Billion
253 Office Depot $10.7 Billion
404 Ryder System $6.3 Billion

Nashville: 4
82 HCA Holdings $36.8 Billion
175 Dollar General $16.0 Billion
184 Community Health Systems $15.0 Billion
391 Vanguard Health Systems $6.5 Billion

Virginia Beach: 4
213 Smithfield Foods $13.1 Billion
247 Norfolk Southern $11.0 Billion
346 Dollar Tree $7.4 Billion
380 Huntington Ingalls Industries $6.7 Billion

Fayetteville: 3
1 Wal-Mart $469.2 Billion
93 Tyson Foods $33.3 Billion
486 JB Hunt Transport Services $5.1 Billion

Greensboro: 3
250 VF $10.9 Billion
251 BB&T $10.7 Billion
316 Reynolds American $8.3 Billion

Indianapolis: 3
47 WellPoint $61.7 Billion
120 Eli Lilly $22.6 Billion
497 Simon Property Group $4.9 Billion

Kansas City: 3
87 Sprint Nextel $35.5 Billion
411 Seaboard $6.2 Billion
498 YRC Worldwide $4.9 Billion

Louisville: 3
73 Humana $39.1 Billion
201 Yum Brands $13.6 Billion
410 Kindred Healthcare $6.2 Billion

Memphis: 3
63 FedEx $42.7 Billion
107 International Paper $27.6 Billion
306 AutoZone $8.6 Billion

Tampa: 3
119 Tech Data $25.4 Billion
163 Jabil Circuit $17.2 Billion
345 WellCare Health Plans $7.4 Billion

Austin: 2
51 Dell $56.9 Billion
232 Whole Foods Market $11.7 Billion

Jacksonville: 2
231 CSX $11.8 Billion
434 Fidelity National Information Services $5.9 Billion

Little Rock: 2
378 Dillard's $6.8 Billion
414 Windstream $6.2 Billion

Oklahoma City: 2
223 Chesapeake Energy $12.3 Billion
284 Devon Energy $9.5 Billion

Orlando: 2
108 Publix Super Markets $27.7 Billion
328 Darden Restaurants $8.0 Billion

Portland: 2
126 Nike
355 Precision Castparts

San Diego: 2
149 Qualcomm $19.1 Billion
281 Sempra Energy $9.6 Billion

Tulsa: 2
219 Oneok $12.7 Billion
342 Williams $7.5 Billion
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Old 05-07-2013, 04:00 AM
 
Location: Cincinnati (Norwood)
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* Cincinnati is home to 10 Fortune 500 companies (adding the "American Financial Group" @#485/$5.1 B).
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Old 05-07-2013, 06:30 AM
 
Location: Willowbend/Houston
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Is it just me or are all of Houston's companies oil related?
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Old 05-07-2013, 06:30 AM
 
Location: Piedmont, CA/São Paulo, Brazil
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* Cincinnati is home to 10 Fortune 500 companies (adding the "American Financial Group" @#485/$5.1 B).
Thank You

Cincinnati: 10
23 Kroger $96.8 Billion
28 Proctor & Gamble $85.1 Billion
109 Macy's $27.7 Billion
321 Ashland $8.2 Billion
425 General Cable $6.0 Billion
361 Fifth Third Corporation $7.1 Billion
416 Omnicare $6.2 Billion
430 AK Steel Holding $5.9 Billion
471 Western & Southern Financial Group $5.3 Billion
485 American Financial Group $5.1 Billion

CSA or uncombined MSA(2+ Fortune 500 companies):
New York 84
San Francisco 31
Chicago 29
Houston 24
Los Angeles 21
Dallas 19
Washington DC 18
Minneapolis 17
Atlanta 15
Boston 14
Detroit 13
Cincinnati 10
Denver 10
Philadelphia 10
Pittsburgh 9
St Louis 9
Charlotte 8
Seattle 8
Cleveland 7
Milwaukee 7
Phoenix 6
Richmond 6
Columbus 5
Hartford 5
Omaha 5
San Antonio 5
Toledo 5
Las Vegas 4
Miami 4
Nashville 4
Virginia Beach 4
Fayetteville 3
Greensboro 3
Indianapolis 3
Kansas City 3
Louisville 3
Memphis 3
Tampa 3
Austin 2
Des Moines 2
Jacksonville 2
Harrisburg 2
Little Rock 2
Orlando 2
Portland 2
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Old 05-07-2013, 09:08 AM
 
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Great list! (316)Reynolds American and (251)BB&T are in Winston-Salem, not Greensboro.
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Old 05-07-2013, 09:17 AM
 
Location: Philadelphia
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Great list of companies to strive to avoid. I'm nearly there with most of the biggest offenders.

Thanks!
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Old 05-07-2013, 09:21 AM
 
Location: Piedmont, CA/São Paulo, Brazil
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Great list! (316)Reynolds American and (251)BB&T are in Winston-Salem, not Greensboro.
Thanks, I just went by Combined Statistical Area.

Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point, NC CSA
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Old 05-07-2013, 09:29 AM
 
Location: Minneapolis (St. Louis Park)
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Awesome jobber, thanks!
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Old 05-07-2013, 09:36 AM
 
Location: Denver, CO
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Great thread!
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Old 05-07-2013, 10:54 AM
 
Location: Minneapolis
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As always, a wonderful job! One more for Minneapolis is Thrivent Financial for Lutherans at number 325 (8 billion in revenue).
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