MAP: See Which Company Makes The Most Money In Your State

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A new map has been released showing the top grossing companies in each state. Check it out below to see how your state stacks up. You may be surprised to learn which company rules where you live!


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Alabama (headquarters: Birmingham)

Regions Bank, a bank and financial services company (revenue: $5.89billion)

Alaska (Juneau)

Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation, a dedicated fund owned by the state of Alaska ($4.44billion)

Arizona (Phoenix)

Avnet, Inc, a technology business-to-business distributor ($25.45billion)

Arkansas (Bentonville)

Wal-Mart Stores, the largest retailer in the world ($476.29billion)

California (San Ramon)

Chevron Corporation, a global energy corporation ($228.84billion)

Colorado (Englewood)

Arrow Electronics, Inc, a global company specialising in the distribution of electric components and computer products ($21.35billion)

Connecticut (Fairfield)

General Electric, a global technology and financial services company ($146.04billion)

Delaware (Wilmington)

E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, one of the world’s largest chemical companies ($36.14billion)

Florida (Doral)

World Fuel Services Corporation, a global fuel logistics company ($41.56billion)

Georgia (Atlanta)

Home Depot International, Inc, owns and operates home improvement and construction stores ($85.53billion)

Hawaii (Honolulu)

Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc, the largest supplier of electricity in Hawaii, ($3.23billion)

Idaho (Boise)

Micron Technology, Inc, a global corporation and marketer of semiconductor devices ($9.07billion)

Illinois (Decatur)

Archer Daniels Midland, a global food-processing and commodities-trading firm ($89.8billion)

Indiana (Indianapolis)

WellPoint, a health care company ($71.02billion)

Iowa (Cedar Point)

Transamerica Life Insurance Company, a private holding company for life insurance businesses and investment firms ($19.64billion)

Kansas (Overland Park)

Sprint Communications, Inc, a telecommunications services company. ($34.56billion)

Kentucky (Louisville)

Humana, Inc, a health care company ($41.31billion)

Louisiana (Monroe)

CenturyLink, Inc, a global communications and data services firm ($18.09billion)

Maine (Scarborough)

Hannaford Bros. Co, a supermarket chain ($3.98billion)

Maryland (Bethesda)

Lockheed Martin Corporation, an advanced technology and security company ($45.35billion)

Massachusetts (Boston)

Liberty Mutual Holding Company, Inc, an insurance services company. ($38.5billion)

Michigan (Detroit)

General Motors, a global company that designs, manufactures and distributes vehicles and vehicle parts($155.42billion)

Minnesota (Wayzata)

Cargill, Inc, a firm that produces and markets food and agricultural goods and provides financial and industrial services ($136.65billion)

Mississippi (Laurel)

Sanderson Farms, an integrated poultry processing company ($2.68billion)

Missouri (St Louis)

Express Scripts Holding, the largest pharmacy benefit management company in the U.S. ($104.09billion)

Montana (Billings)

Stillwater Mining Company, a palladium and platinum mining firm ($1.03billion)

Nebraska (Omaha)

Berkshire Hathaway, a publicly-owned investment manager ($182.15billion)

Nevada (Las Vegas)

Las Vegas Sands Corp, an American casino and resort operating business ($13.76billion)

New Hampshire (Portsmouth)

Sprague Resources LP, a company that buys, distributes and sells petroleum products ($4.6billion)

New Jersey (New Brunswick)

Johnson & Johnson, a global pharmaceutical and consumer goods manufacturer($71.31billion)

New Mexico (Albuquerque)

Presbyterian Healthcare Services, a private not-for-profit health care provider  ($2.05billion)

New York (New York)

Verizon Communications, a telecommunications company ($120.55billion)

North Carolina (Charlotte)

Bank of America, a global banking and financial services company ($101.69billion)

North Dakota (Bismarck)

MDU Resources Group, Inc, an energy company ($4.46billion)

Ohio (Dublin)

Cardinal Health, a health care services company ($101.09billion)

Oklahoma (Oklahoma City)

Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, Inc, a company operating fuelling stations and attached convenience stores ($26.09billion)

Oregon (Beaverton)

Nike, Inc, a global footwear and sportswear company. ($25.31billion)

Pennsylvania (Chesterbrook)

AmeriSourceBergen, a drug wholesale firm ($87.95billion)

Rhode Island (Woonsocket)

CVS Caremark, a retailer and health care company ($126.76billion)

South Carolina (Hartsville)

Sonoco Products Company, a global provider of a variety of consumer packaging, industrial products and protective solutions ($4.48billion)

South Dakota (Sioux Falls)

Sanford Health, a medical facility ($3.1billion)

Tennessee (Memphis)

FedEx Corporation, a global delivery services company ($44.28billion)

Texas (Irving)

Exxon Mobil, the world’s largest publicly-traded international oil and gas company ($438.25billion)

Utah (Salt Lake City)

Huntsman Corporation, a global manufacturer of chemical products ($11.07billion)

Vermont (Waterbury)

Keurig Green Mountain, Inc, a publicly-traded brand of coffee ($4.35billion)

Virginia (McLean)

Freddie Mac, a mortgage loan giant ($81.22billion)

Washington (Issaquah)

CostCo Wholesale, a company that operates an international chain of membership warehouses ($105.15billion)

West Virginia (Morgantown)

West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc, a not-for-profit firm operating the teaching hospitals of West Virginia University ($42.73billion)

Wisconsin (Milwaukee)

Johnson Controls, Inc, a global technology and industrial company ($42.73billion)

Wyoming (Gillette)

Cloud Peak Energy, Inc, a company that produces coal in the Powder River Basin ($1.39billion)

H/T: Tell Me Now


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