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Old 04-15-2010, 04:17 PM
 
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The 2010 Fortune 500 list was just released and here is the breakdown for several MSAs. The list might not be completely accurate so feel free to point out errors.

NYC - 71

San Francisco – Oakland – San Jose: 31
Chicago (IL, IN, WI): 28
Houston: 25
Dallas – Fort Worth: 24
Los Angeles: 24
Minneapolis – St. Paul: 20
Washington D.C. (DC–VA–MD–WV): 17
Philadelphia (PA, DE, MD, NJ): 14
Atlanta: 12
Boston: 12
Detroit: 12
Cincinnati (OH-KY-IN): 9

St. Louis: 9
Charlotte: 8
Denver: 8
Milwaukee: 8
Pittsburgh: 8
Cleveland: 7
Seattle: 7
Richmond – 6
Columbus: 5
Miami – Fort Lauderdale: 5
Omaha: 5
Phoenix: 5
Hartford: 4
San Antonio: 4
Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News: 4
Indianapolis: 3
Jacksonville: 3
Kansas City: 3
Louisville: 3
Tampa – St. Petersburg: 3
Toledo: 3
Allentown: 2
Austin: 2
Portland: 2
Akron: 2
Baltimore: 2
Orlando: 2
San Diego: 2
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Old 04-15-2010, 04:44 PM
 
Location: Southern Minnesota
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I'm surprised the Twin Cities are so high on the list, given our relatively small population.
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Old 04-15-2010, 08:21 PM
 
Location: Spain
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When the hell did L.A. get 24?
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Old 04-15-2010, 08:42 PM
 
Location: Austin/Houston, TX
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When the hell did L.A. get 24?
No kidding. Last time I saw this it had way less.
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Old 04-15-2010, 08:57 PM
 
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When the hell did L.A. get 24?
Last year I think the LA area had 19. Pretty impressive gain.

61. Northrop Grumman Corp., $35.3 billion
80. Ingram Micro, $29.5 billion
116. DirecTV, 116, $21.6 billion
146. Health Net Inc., $15.7 billion
150. Occidental Petroleum Corp., $15.5 billion
159. Amgen Inc., $14.6 billion
187. Edison International, $12.4 billion
203. Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., $11.5 billion
304. Western Digital Corp., $7.5 billion
331. Dole Food Co., $6.8 billion
352. AECOM Technology, $6.2 billion
355. DaVita Inc., $6.1 billion
361. First American Corp., $6 billion
362. Avery Dennison Corp., $6 billion
387. Mattel Inc., $5.4 billion
394. Reliance Steel & Aluminum, $5.3 billion
401. Pacific Life, $5.2 billion
407. Tutor Perini, $5.2 billion
459. Allergan Inc., $4.5 billion
460. Broadcom Corp., $4.5 billion
480. Spectrum Group International, $4.3 billion
490. Live Nation, $4.2 billion
499. CB Richard Ellis Group Inc., $4.2 billion
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Old 04-15-2010, 09:18 PM
 
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The NYC metro has 83 Fortune 500 companies.

http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/
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Old 04-15-2010, 09:20 PM
 
Location: Blue Ash, Ohio (Cincinnati)
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SW Ohio (Cincinnati and Columbus) have 14.

Companies such as:

Procter and Gamble
Macy's
Nationwide
Cardinal Health
Kroger
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Old 04-15-2010, 09:28 PM
 
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That's the exact same site where I found the rankings.

Is 83 for the New York CSA?

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SW Ohio (Cincinnati and Columbus) have 14.
I included both Cincinnati and Columbus.

Cincinnati (OH-KY-IN): 9
Columbus: 5
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Old 04-15-2010, 09:47 PM
 
Location: Mile high city
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Last year I think the LA area had 19. Pretty impressive gain.

61. Northrop Grumman Corp., $35.3 billion
80. Ingram Micro, $29.5 billion
116. DirecTV, 116, $21.6 billion
146. Health Net Inc., $15.7 billion
150. Occidental Petroleum Corp., $15.5 billion
159. Amgen Inc., $14.6 billion
187. Edison International, $12.4 billion
203. Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., $11.5 billion
304. Western Digital Corp., $7.5 billion
331. Dole Food Co., $6.8 billion
352. AECOM Technology, $6.2 billion
355. DaVita Inc., $6.1 billion
361. First American Corp., $6 billion
362. Avery Dennison Corp., $6 billion
387. Mattel Inc., $5.4 billion
394. Reliance Steel & Aluminum, $5.3 billion
401. Pacific Life, $5.2 billion
407. Tutor Perini, $5.2 billion
459. Allergan Inc., $4.5 billion
460. Broadcom Corp., $4.5 billion
480. Spectrum Group International, $4.3 billion
490. Live Nation, $4.2 billion
499. CB Richard Ellis Group Inc., $4.2 billion
Davita moved to Denver
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Old 04-15-2010, 09:51 PM
 
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That's the exact same site where I found the rankings.

Is 83 for the New York CSA?



I included both Cincinnati and Columbus.

Cincinnati (OH-KY-IN): 9
Columbus: 5
I'm not sure, but I figured you were doing CSA since San Francisco and San Jose are separate MSAs and you lumped them together.

I just added NY/CT/NJ up, and went back and subtracted towns that were not in the NYC metro...like Rochester and a few others.. and it came out to 83.
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