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List of companies in the Chicago metropolitan area

 

List of companies in the Chicago metropolitan area

Top publicly traded
companies in metro Chicago

according to revenues
with metro and U.S. rankings
Metro Corporation US
1 Walgreens Boots Alliance 17
2 Archer Daniels Midland 27
3 Boeing 30
4 State Farm 41
5 United Continental 78
6 Sears Holdings 87
7 Mondelēz International 89
8 Allstate 92
9 McDonald's 106
10 Exelon 119
11 US Foods 133
12 Abbott Laboratories 136
13 AbbVie 152
14 Kraft Foods 156
15 Illinois Tool Works 171
16 Baxter 189
17 Navistar 259
18 CDW 265
19 RR Donnelley 268
20 W. W. Grainger 295
21 Discover Financial 296
22 Dover Corporation 301
23 Motorola Solutions 312
24 Tenneco 338
25 Ingredion 412
26 Anixter 420
27 Integrys 450
28 CF Industries 463
29 Old Republic International 465
30 United Stationers 488
31 LKQ Corporation 490
32 Telephone and Data Systems 504
33 Jones Lang LaSalle 552
34 Northern Trust 574
35 Mead Johnson Nutrition 582
Further information:
Companies in the Chicago area

Source: Fortune 500 2013[1]

This is a list of companies in the Chicago metropolitan area.

Contents

  • Architecture and engineering 1
    • Construction 1.1
    • Real estate 1.2
  • Consumer 2
    • Consumer goods 2.1
      • Apparel and accessories 2.1.1
      • Gifts and collectables 2.1.2
      • Home furnishings and equipment 2.1.3
      • Household goods 2.1.4
      • Music equipment 2.1.5
      • Personal care 2.1.6
      • Tools 2.1.7
    • Education and reference 2.2
    • Retail 2.3
      • Broadlines 2.3.1
      • Business-to-business 2.3.2
      • Grocery 2.3.3
      • Hardware 2.3.4
      • Office supplies 2.3.5
      • Softlines 2.3.6
      • Other 2.3.7
    • Services 2.4
    • Sports, games, and toys 2.5
    • Other 2.6
  • Energy 3
  • Financial services 4
    • Banks 4.1
    • Credit and payments 4.2
    • Exchanges 4.3
    • Insurance 4.4
    • Investments 4.5
    • Private equity and hedge funds 4.6
  • Food and beverages 5
    • Beverages 5.1
    • Distribution 5.2
    • Food 5.3
    • Ingredients 5.4
    • Restaurant chains 5.5
    • Other 5.6
  • Healthcare 6
    • Health services 6.1
    • Pharmaceuticals and medical devices 6.2
    • Pharmacy 6.3
    • Provider goods and services 6.4
  • Industrial 7
    • Agricultural equipment 7.1
    • Automotive 7.2
    • Building materials 7.3
    • Chemicals 7.4
    • Glass 7.5
    • Metals 7.6
    • Packaging 7.7
    • Plumbing and piping 7.8
    • Tools 7.9
    • Other 7.10
  • Media and entertainment 8
    • Music 8.1
    • Publishing 8.2
    • Online 8.3
    • TV, film, and radio 8.4
    • Other 8.5
  • Professional and business services 9
    • Accounting 9.1
    • Design 9.2
    • Legal 9.3
    • Management Consulting 9.4
    • Marketing and PR 9.5
    • Recruiting, HR, and Payroll 9.6
    • Technology Consulting 9.7
    • Other 9.8
  • Technology 10
    • Hardware 10.1
    • Internet 10.2
    • Software 10.3
    • Telecommunications and networking 10.4
    • Video games 10.5
    • Other 10.6
  • Travel and transportation 11
    • Aviation support 11.1
    • Consumer travel 11.2
    • Freight 11.3
    • Rail 11.4
    • Road 11.5
    • Other 11.6
  • Out of state and foreign companies with a major presence 12
    • Autos 12.1
    • Consumer 12.2
    • Energy 12.3
    • Financial services 12.4
    • Food, beverages, and agriculture 12.5
    • Healthcare and pharmaceuticals 12.6
    • Industrial 12.7
    • Media 12.8
    • Professional services 12.9
    • Technology 12.10
    • Travel and transportation 12.11
  • See also 13
  • References 14

Architecture and engineering

Construction

Real estate

Consumer

Consumer goods

Apparel and accessories

Gifts and collectables

Home furnishings and equipment

Household goods

Music equipment

Personal care

Tools

Education and reference

Retail

Broadlines

Business-to-business

Grocery

Hardware

Office supplies

Softlines

Other

Services

Sports, games, and toys

Other

Energy

Financial services

Banks

Credit and payments

Exchanges

Insurance

Investments

Private equity and hedge funds

Food and beverages

Beverages

Distribution

Food

Ingredients

Restaurant chains

Other

Healthcare

Health services

Pharmaceuticals and medical devices

Pharmacy

Provider goods and services

Industrial

Agricultural equipment

Automotive

Building materials

Chemicals

Glass

Metals

Packaging

Plumbing and piping

Tools

Other

Media and entertainment

Music

Publishing

Online

TV, film, and radio

Other

Professional and business services

Accounting

Design

Legal

Management Consulting

Marketing and PR

Recruiting, HR, and Payroll

Technology Consulting

Other

Technology

Hardware

Internet

Software

Telecommunications and networking

Video games

Other

Travel and transportation

Aviation support

Consumer travel

Freight

Rail

Road

Other

Out of state and foreign companies with a major presence

There are other large corporations with an established presence in Chicago and/or its suburbs (but whose corporate headquarters are located elsewhere), including:

Autos

Consumer

Energy

Financial services

Food, beverages, and agriculture

Healthcare and pharmaceuticals

Industrial

Media

Professional services

Technology

Travel and transportation

See also

References

  1. ^ "Fortune 500 2014: Full List".  
  2. ^ "General Dynamics acquires NICTA start-up Open Kernel Labs.". NICTA. Retrieved 11 January 2013. 
  3. ^ http://www.chicagobusiness.com/realestate/20150219/CRED03/150219783/new-tenant-yelp-wastes-no-time-expanding-at-merchandise-mart
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