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Old 05-18-2020, 12:26 PM
 
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Here listed by most revenue.
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Old 05-18-2020, 01:31 PM
 
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Congrats to Crown Castle on their debut
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Old 05-19-2020, 12:32 AM
 
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DWF will add https://fortune.com/company/charles-schwab/fortune500/. Schawb. Fortune 500 company in Westlake.
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Old 05-19-2020, 01:02 AM
 
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https://www.dallasnews.com/business/...e-with-cattle/
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Old 05-21-2020, 01:55 AM
 
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Wow....The gap is widening
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Old 05-21-2020, 10:56 AM
 
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Not much seems to have changed in Texas overall. 50 companies in the state this year, up 1 from 2019. Fortune 500/1000 companies by metro area:

DFW - 24
3. ExxonMobil
8. McKesson
9. AT&T
59. Energy Transfer
70. American Airlines Group
141. Southwest Airlines
174. Tenet Healthcare
175. Kimberly-Clark
181. Flour
183. DR Horton
184. HollyFrontier
206. Jacobs Engineering Group
222. Texas Instruments
240. Core-Mark Holding
270. Vistra Energy
286. JC Penney
341. Pioneer Natural Resources
361. Yum China Holdings
421. Dean Foods
425. Builders FirstSource
464. GameStop
470. Celanese
483. EnLink Midstream
491. Commercial Metals

Notes:
- Charles Schwab will move to DFW and be added to this list this year.
- JC Penney, EnLink Midstream, and GameStop will likely drop off of this list by next year. Celanese is at some risk.
- Commercial Metals is new to the F500 for 2020.


Houston - 22
27. Phillips 66
56. Sysco
93. ConocoPhillips
98. Plains GP Holdings
101. Enterprise Products Partners
129. Baker Hughes
142. Halliburton
148. Occidental Petroleum
186. EOG Resources
207. Waste Management
242. Kinder Morgan
260. CenterPoint Energy
261. Quanta Services
264. Group 1 Automotive
319. Calpine
329. Cheniere Energy
365. Targa Resources
374. National Oilwell Varco
382. Huntsman
391. Westlake Chemical
465. Apache
496. Crown Castle International

Notes:
- Apache is likely to drop off of this list by next year.
- Crown Castle is new to the F500 for 2020.
- KBR (ranked 501) and Par Pacific Holdings (516) both have increasing revenues and are likely to make the F500 list next year.

Austin - 1
34. Dell Technologies

San Antonio - 3
32. Valero Energy
94. USAA
492. Rush Enterprises

Notes:
- Rush Enterprises is new to the F500 for 2020.
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Old 05-21-2020, 11:29 AM
 
Location: Los Angeles-Houston-DFW
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Originally Posted by Mr. Clutch View Post
Not much seems to have changed in Texas overall. 50 companies in the state this year, up 1 from 2019. Fortune 500/1000 companies by metro area:

DFW - 24
3. ExxonMobil
8. McKesson
9. AT&T
59. Energy Transfer
70. American Airlines Group
141. Southwest Airlines
174. Tenet Healthcare
175. Kimberly-Clark
181. Flour
183. DR Horton
184. HollyFrontier
206. Jacobs Engineering Group
222. Texas Instruments
240. Core-Mark Holding
270. Vistra Energy
286. JC Penney
341. Pioneer Natural Resources
361. Yum China Holdings
421. Dean Foods
425. Builders FirstSource
464. GameStop
470. Celanese
483. EnLink Midstream
491. Commercial Metals

Notes:
- Charles Schwab will move to DFW and be added to this list this year.
- JC Penney, EnLink Midstream, and GameStop will likely drop off of this list by next year. Celanese is at some risk.
- Commercial Metals is new to the F500 for 2020.


Houston - 22
27. Phillips 66
56. Sysco
93. ConocoPhillips
98. Plains GP Holdings
101. Enterprise Products Partners
129. Baker Hughes
142. Halliburton
148. Occidental Petroleum
186. EOG Resources
207. Waste Management
242. Kinder Morgan
260. CenterPoint Energy
261. Quanta Services
264. Group 1 Automotive
319. Calpine
329. Cheniere Energy
365. Targa Resources
374. National Oilwell Varco
382. Huntsman
391. Westlake Chemical
465. Apache
496. Crown Castle International

Notes:
- Apache is likely to drop off of this list by next year.
- Crown Castle is new to the F500 for 2020.
- KBR (ranked 501) and Par Pacific Holdings (516) both have increasing revenues and are likely to make the F500 list next year.

Austin - 1
34. Dell Technologies

San Antonio - 3
32. Valero Energy
94. USAA
492. Rush Enterprises

Notes:
- Rush Enterprises is new to the F500 for 2020.
Thanks for the info. I'd be worried about the airlines because who knows what a shake-up will do there. Might become a similar situation to AMTRAK. Also interesting to see the future of Houston energy companies to see those that are able to diversify versus those unable to.

Also think DR Horton's (and other home builders) are going to have an interesting future as people begin to seek less dense areas since they aren't going to the office as much. This comes at the same time a lot of boomers are starting to leave their homes for whatever reason (retirement, death) and people aren't having as many kids. So are we going to need as many new neighborhoods or even complete rebuilds since homes will start to open?

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Wow....The gap is widening
You're just talking about revenue. DFW's top two companies had over $200B each, with AT&T just under that in the third spot. The first two especially is the sole reason for the gap.
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Old 05-21-2020, 12:04 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Mr. Clutch View Post
Not much seems to have changed in Texas overall. 50 companies in the state this year, up 1 from 2019. Fortune 500/1000 companies by metro area:

DFW - 24
3. ExxonMobil
8. McKesson
9. AT&T
59. Energy Transfer
70. American Airlines Group
141. Southwest Airlines
174. Tenet Healthcare
175. Kimberly-Clark
181. Flour
183. DR Horton
184. HollyFrontier
206. Jacobs Engineering Group
222. Texas Instruments
240. Core-Mark Holding
270. Vistra Energy
286. JC Penney
341. Pioneer Natural Resources
361. Yum China Holdings
421. Dean Foods
425. Builders FirstSource
464. GameStop
470. Celanese
483. EnLink Midstream
491. Commercial Metals

Notes:
- Charles Schwab will move to DFW and be added to this list this year.
- JC Penney, EnLink Midstream, and GameStop will likely drop off of this list by next year. Celanese is at some risk.
- Commercial Metals is new to the F500 for 2020.


Houston - 22
27. Phillips 66
56. Sysco
93. ConocoPhillips
98. Plains GP Holdings
101. Enterprise Products Partners
129. Baker Hughes
142. Halliburton
148. Occidental Petroleum
186. EOG Resources
207. Waste Management
242. Kinder Morgan
260. CenterPoint Energy
261. Quanta Services
264. Group 1 Automotive
319. Calpine
329. Cheniere Energy
365. Targa Resources
374. National Oilwell Varco
382. Huntsman
391. Westlake Chemical
465. Apache
496. Crown Castle International

Notes:
- Apache is likely to drop off of this list by next year.
- Crown Castle is new to the F500 for 2020.
- KBR (ranked 501) and Par Pacific Holdings (516) both have increasing revenues and are likely to make the F500 list next year.

Austin - 1
34. Dell Technologies

San Antonio - 3
32. Valero Energy
94. USAA
492. Rush Enterprises

Notes:
- Rush Enterprises is new to the F500 for 2020.
3 more notes for Houston. OXY acquired Anarko (which was a F500 last year), combining two of the F500s. NRG has a dual headquarters (similar to what Amazon is tryfing to do) which is consolidated in New Jersey but most headquarters operations are in Houston. And third, Fertitta Ent was entering F500 territory. Being a private company, they aren't forced to collaborate with Forbes, but their revenue was nearing 4B, and later acquired Del Frisco's, Palms and Houlihan's getting them close. Of course, with the hospitality recession, it may not get there next year.
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Old 05-21-2020, 12:09 PM
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Location: Houston, TX
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Still almost all of the F500 companies in Houston are O&G.
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Old 05-21-2020, 12:10 PM
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Location: Houston, TX
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Thanks for the info. I'd be worried about the airlines because who knows what a shake-up will do there. Might become a similar situation to AMTRAK. Also interesting to see the future of Houston energy companies to see those that are able to diversify versus those unable to.
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American, Delta, United, and Southwest are, for sure, not going anywhere. They will return to profitability over time. The comparison to Amtrak is not valid.
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