Largest Companies by Revenue in Each State 2015: MAP


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You may have seen the Largest Companies by Revenue map we put together in June of last year, well we’re back with an updated version using Hoover’s 2015 data.  Last year’s map created so much buzz and insightful conversation that we deemed it essential to find out how it’s changed over the past year.  Using Hoover’s, a D&B Company, we searched through each state’s list of companies to find which had the largest revenue in the last fiscal year.  It was interesting to see how each company’s revenues have changed over the year (for better or worse) and to see if a new largest company had emerged.

At first glance, you may ask, “Where are Apple and Microsoft?”  Yes, these are huge companies but this map is specifically looking at total revenue from the last fiscal year.  If we look at California with Apple vs. Chevron, there is a large discrepancy between market value and total revenues.  Apple’s market value as of March 31, 2015 was $724 billion while Chevron’s was only (and we use “only” lightly) $197 billion.  In terms of revenue, Chevron comes out on top with $203 billion in the last fiscal year while Apple had revenues of $182 billion.

Please note: We used Hoover’s company database as our source, not the most recent Fortune 500 list.  Location and state are based on the corporate headquarters of that company, no branches or foreign offices.  Lastly, we decided not to include any subsidiaries or government entities for the sake of staying consistent.

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State 2014 Company 2014 Revenue (Billion) 2015 Company 2015 Revenue (Billion) Headquarters
AL Regions Bank $5.89 Regions Bank $5.40 Birmingham AL
AK Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation $4.44 GCI Inc. $0.91 Anchorage AK
AZ Avnet Inc. $25.45 Avnet Inc. $27.49 Phoenix AZ
AR Wal-Mart Stores $476.29 Wal-Mart Stores $485.65 Bentonville AR
CA Chevron Corporation $228.84 Chevron Corporation $211.97 Sam Ramon CA
CO Arrow Electronics Inc. $21.35 Arrow Electronics Inc. $22.78 Inverness CO
CT General Electric $146.04 General Electric $148.58 Fairfield CT
DE E.I du Pont de Nemours and Company $36.14 E.I du Pont de Nemours and Company $36.04 Wilmington DE
FL World Fuel Services $41.56 World Fuel Services $43.38 Miami FL
GA Home Depot International Inc. $85.53 Home Depot International Inc. $85.90 Atlanta GA
HI Hawaiian Electric Industries Inc. $3.23 Hawaiian Electric Industries Inc. $3.23 Honolulu HI
ID Micro Technology Inc. $9.07 Albertson's LLC. $23.56 Boise ID
IL Archer Daniels Midland $89.80 The Boeing Company $90.76 Chicago IL
IN WellPoint $71.02 Anthem Inc. $73.87 Indianapolis IN
IA Transamerica Life Insurance Company $19.04 Transamerica Life Insurance Company $23.34 Cedar Rapids IA
KS Sprint Communications Inc. $34.56 Koch Industries $115.00 Wichita KS
KY Humana Inc. $42.31 Humana Inc. $48.50 Louisville KY
LA CenturyLink Inc. $18.09 CenturyLink Inc. $18.03 Monroe LA
ME Hannaford Bros. Co. $3.98 Hannaford Bros. Co. $4.41 Scarborough ME
MD Lockheed Martin $45.35 Lockheed Martin $45.60 Bethesda MD
MA Liberty Mutual Holding Company Inc. $38.50 Liberty Mutual Holding Company Inc. $36.94 Boston MA
MI General Motors $155.42 General Motors $155.92 Detroit MI
MN Cargill Inc. $136.65 UnitedHealth Group $130.47 Minnetonka MN
MS Sanderson Farms Inc. $2.68 Koch Foods Incorporated $2.80 Flowood MS
MO Express Scripts Holding $104.09 Express Scripts Holding $100.88 St. Louis MO
MT Stillwater Mining Company $1.03 Stillwater Mining Company $0.94 Billings MT
NE Berkshire Hathaway $182.15 Berkshire Hathaway $194.67 Omaha NE
NV Las Vegas Sands Corp. $13.76 Las Vegas Sands Corp. $14.58 Paradise NV
NH Sprague Resources LP $4.60 C&S Wholesale Grocers Inc. $21.70 Keene NH
NJ Johnson & Johnson $71.31 Johnson & Johnson $74.33 New Brunswick NJ
NM Presbyterian Healthcare Services $4.60 Presbyterian Healthcare Services $2.05 Albuquerque NM
NY Verizon Communications $120.55 Verizon Communications $127.07 New York NY
NC Bank of America $101.69 Bank of America $95.18 Charlotte NC
ND MDU Resources Group Inc. $4.46 MDU Resources Group Inc. $4.67 Bismarck ND
OH Cardinal Health $101.09 The Kroger Co. $108.46 Cincinnati OH
OK Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores Inc. $26.09 Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores Inc. $26.09 Oklahoma City OK
OR Nike Inc. $25.31 Nike Inc. $27.79 Beaverton OR
PA AmeriSourceBergen $87.95 AmeriSourceBergen $119.56 Chesterbrook PA
RI CVS Caremark $126.76 CVS Caremark $139.36 Woonsocket RI
SC Sonoco Products Company $4.48 Sonoco Products Company $5.01 Hartsville SC
SD Sanford Health $3.10 Poet LLC. $6.00 Sioux Falls SD
TN FedEx Corporation $44.28 FedEx Corporation $45.46 Memphis TN
TX Exxon Mobil $438.25 Exxon Mobil $411.93 Irving TX
UT Huntsman Corporation $11.07 Huntsman Corporation $11.57 Salt Lake City UT
VT Keurig Green Mountain Inc. $4.35 Keurig Green Mountain Inc. $4.70 Waterbury VT
VA Freddie Mac $81.22 The Long & Foster Companies Inc. $42.70 Chantilly VA
WA CostCo Wholesale $105.15 CostCo Wholesale $112.64 Issaquah WA
WV West Virginia University Hospitals Inc. $1.38 Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. $1.24 Morgantown WV
WI Johnson Controls Inc. $42.73 Johnson Controls Inc. $42.82 Milwaukee WI
WY Cloud Peak Energy Inc. $1.39 Cloud Peak Energy Inc. $1.39 Gillette WY

Sources: Hoover’s Inc. A D&B Company, Fortune

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  • I put this map on my cover image; hope you all don’t mind if I use it for educational purposes…

  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    Koch Foods Incorporated? What do they make – Soylent Green??

    • Alyson Stewart

      So you probably bash them every chance you get, but really have no idea of their business model, how many people they employ and what they do for charities. Do you have the same disdain for Buffet or Steyer?

      • Gary Mcwilliams

        But do you really have any idea most of there earnings go to Israel.

        • Malmatik

          ‘their’ not ‘there’

        • Alyson Stewart

          So you are okay with this Democrat administration sending massive amounts to the middle east including governments that support and engage in terrorism, genocide, the murder of gays and the repression of women while denying support to one of the more progressive countries in the middle east, Israel?

          • Michael Carlborg

            You’re being misinformed. When you make statements like that you need to state your source otherwise your not credible, you know full of hot air. Either wat what you are saying simply isn’t true.

          • Denise O’Connor

            It is public information that we send them money. Everyone knows it apparently, but you.

          • peterpun

            I’m sure none of that money was sent by non-Democrats, eh? Sophomoric at best…

      • Joseph Narusiewicz

        Georgia Pacific owned by these vampires is such a killer with known cancers. The Koch Brothers pour millions of dollars into lobby hands against environmental standards including Global Warming…they belong in prison

        • Alyson Stewart

          If the Koch’s should be in jail then so should Steyer. When he ran his own hedge fund, Steyer helped wealthy clients legally avoid paying taxes. His strategy included establishing funds in tax haven like the Cayman Islands and Mauritius

          He helped his firm’s wealthiest clientele avoid the highest of U.S. taxes and penalties by establishing arcane tax shelters such as blocker corporations.

          You’re probably okay, though, with that style of vampirism.

        • barry

          Another excement eating moron with a 3rd world education repeating what his master tell him.

          • peterpun

            again with the “3rd world…” Is that the only thing you can attempt to criticize? Perhaps when you learn to stop with the name calling, you may actually be able to string together a few thoughts and come up with an original idea..

      • pbrower2a

        I despise their attempt at the hostile takeover of the US Government. To be sure, most tycoons and executives are decidedly on the Right… but should America ever perfectly fit the Koch agenda, then our freedom will be gone.

    • Trond Larsen

      No, that’s Soros.

      • IndependentAngle

        Agreed.

      • ThisOldHouse

        No, actually I think he’s right, Trond. I see Koch Foods Incorporated vans going in and out of a tin building right outside town. I’m sure it is Soylent Green being made and carried by Koch Industries…

    • Verify_Your_Facts

      Do any of you realize that Koch Foods is not the same company as Koch Industries? Also, the Koch Foods headquarters is in Illinois, it’s not in Mississippi

      • barry

        Ignorant libtards ain’t they?

      • lurch394

        You mean, not in Kansas?

        • Verify_Your_Facts

          The Koch Industries headquarters is located in Wichita, Kansas. Koch Foods is a different company. The headquarters of Koch Foods is in Illinois, the map incorrectly shows the Koch Foods headquarters to be in Mississippi.

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  • jmax

    The chart shows Love’s Travel Stops (OK) revenue increasing from $26.09B in 2014 to 426.09B in 2015. I think someone missed the shift key on that one.

    • atty garland

      Exactly. And I would think QuikTrip’s revenue (also based in OK) would be much greater than Love’s

    • Anon A. Moose

      Living in OK, I saw that as well. I don’t think there’s any way Love’s Travel Stops pulls in more revenue than Exxon Mobil. We love our $h!t-n-Gits, but no way that’s right…

  • Gary Mcwilliams

    CenturyLink India Thanks Puass Jindal

  • CO

    Percentage of revenue aiding in reduction of the National Debt compared against other companies. How many are depended on Government spending ? How many are working to improve living standards for reduction of 49 % of population on government assistance ? What is the percentage of products or services counterfeited by China beyond the USA ? Is the Gulf states who own the World shipping ports working with or against American companies?

  • dbtunr

    This is useless as it only shows the State of incorporation and total revenue. I thought it was going to show the States and most revenue from the State. This is thus basically useless.

  • ginny2shoes

    some went up, some went down, some stayed the same. Interesting financial info on Companies, nothing new here. I’m always glad when a Company does well.

  • Pat McGroyne

    Bank/Insurance, Healthcare, Energy…very little manufacturing. We don’t make things, we manipulate money and slice and dice people for our livings. I’d love to see this compared to 1950, when the middle class was thriving.

  • I know that they are considered non-profit, but I’ll bet the LDS Church (Mormons) are actually the wealthiest “business” in the state of Utah. With their requirements of members who want to go to the highest Kingdom of Glory, the Celestial Kingdom having to pay 10% of their income (yes there is a small payment for eternal salvation) and there being many very wealthy Mormons, as well as just the sheer number of members who pay “tithing”, I would bet they are close too, if not wealthier than the Catholic Church. Of course we will never know, as the wealth of the Church is more secret than some of their questionable practices and traditions, like Baptizing for the Dead (forcibly baptizing people who are deceased) Of course, if they get tithing from them folks, I will have to re-think the legitimacy of the church, which I consider a cult.

  • Mike 89128

    Mostly Health Care, Oil and Service Companies. Very few manufacturing companies. which is where growth is needed.

  • pbrower2a

    District of Columbia? Probably the US Postal Service.

  • pbrower2a

    Coca-Cola isn’t bigger than Home Depot?

    I would have expected Anheuser-Busch in Missouri.

  • Luke

    Amerika’s best paying jobs= beer-chips & rubbers !

  • allah_speaking

    Express Scripts in Missouri? Clue, Monsanto runs Missouri. Their revenue might not be as high, but all one need do is to look at the two Senator’s voting records in the state when it comes to all things Monsanto…

  • dojidog

    I would question the assumption here. In ID Fred Meyers kicks Albertson’s ass. On any given day, Fred’s parking lot is packed. Albertson’s, enough empty spots to host a football event. Albertson’s use to be a flagship store. High prices, poor quality and staff that left could care drove me away. The final straw was when they remodeled and removed the self checkout lines.
    So which is generating the most in revenue and taxes?

    • peterpun

      Nationally, Albertson’s sells more than Fred’s, I think that’s the thrust of the article. Aggregate sales, vs sales in a given market

      • Brian Beckwith

        peterpun : You are correct but also note that Freddie’s is owned by Kroger and wouldn’t be listed separately in an article such as this.

  • wootendw

    The revenues of a company whose headquarters are in a state tells little about the company’s influence in that state. A successful company with large revenues might have only a relatively small corporate headquarters. How about a map showing what company is each state’s largest employer. That’s more important.

  • Han Solo

    HUGE FLAW: You only looked at what company is ‘headquartered’ in that state. Many states the biggest EMPLOYER is not headquartered in that state and is bigger and more powerful in that state than ANY of the ones that are actually headquartered in the state.

  • Educated

    GM runs Michigan and that is why they are poor.

  • Aaron Barr

    Wow….if you are going to accuse someone of being stupid, you should probably make sure of your own facts. HSBC is not in any way European. HSBC stands for Hong Kong Shanghai Bank Corp and I believe is either partially or wholly owned by the Chinese government.

    • Luke

      HSBC Holdings is a British multinational banking and financial services company headquartered in London, United Kingdom

      • Aaron Barr

        That is very interesting, but my understanding of companies operating in China, as this one does, is that they are required to be wholly or partially owned by a Chinese national or the Chinese government. Do you have any insight into this?

  • Barry Wendell Jackson, Esq.

    In Alaska, the largest corporation is not GCI. Granted, the largest corporations are Global, with many assets and activities outside Alaska. One is even active in Space. It has about 3 time the revenue of GCI. One has less, in 2014, but its income is variable, and it owns, with mineral rights, about 3 times the area of Wales, plus a lot more of subsurface rights. I incorporated that one, Doyon, Limited.
    The one in Space is even involved with NASA’s Space Launch Project. Search ASRC Aerospace and ASRC Federal, which have about 50 contracts with NASA, NOAA, and the Department of Defense. Granted, the 8 or so billion-dollar Global or National corporations are owned, controlled, and managed by Alaska Natives.
    Among Indigenous Peoples, only Alaska Natives have made the Quantum Leap into the then Capitalist Global Economy, by the 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). As an Engineer of Political Economy, under deep cover, I helped Native leaders formulate and achieve, 1965-71, ANCSA, with critical help from President Nixon’s secret Carte Blanche. (He seemed conservative, but look at what he did!)

  • Jerry

    These guys are good! To be able to determine 2015 revenues in mid-June is fantastic. Oh.. by the way….
    Who’s gonna win the baseball world series in 2015? I wanna get my bets in, early!

  • J C

    I wonder what their total tax bill was? $1 or $2….

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  • SemaphoreSlim

    …and all of them dwarfed by Walmart and Exxon. Hmm.

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  • jgreco33

    Well Said…

  • allah_speaking

    Hence, Ukraine, as a distraction…

  • The voice

    Whats the difference, both are elitist low life scumbags

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