April 24, 2014
Florida Trend's 350 Biggest Florida Companies

150 Biggest Public Companies

» Revenue at Florida's 150 largest public companies rose $7.1 billion, up 2.5%, over the past year to $294.3 billion.

» It took revenue of $2.6 million to make the list this year, $1 million less than the previous year.

» While there were 50 fewer public companies listed than private, the public companies combined had $88 billion more revenue.

» The 150 public companies reported 1,258,819 employees.

» Overall, about a quarter of the public companies — 36 — reported lower revenue, one fewer than the previous year.

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200 Biggest Private Companies

» Revenue at Florida's 200 largest private companies rose $14.1 billion, up 7.5%, over the past year to $206.5 billion.

» It took revenues of $88.5 million to make the list this year, $13.5 million more than the previous year.

» The 200 private companies reported 269,018 employees, almost 1 million fewer than the 150 public companies.

» Overall, about a fifth of the private companies — 41 companies — reported lower revenue, eight more than the previous year.

» 28 private companies are new to the list this year.

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