September 3, 2015

TopRank Florida 2012

The Florida Trend 350 Biggest Companies in Florida

The top public and private companies in Florida, as ranked by revenue.

350 top companies in Florida
Top 150 Public Companies | Top 200 Private Companies

Rising tide:
Collectively, revenue at Florida’s 350 largest companies rose $38.2 billion over the past year, with private company revenue rising 9.3% compared with an 8.2% rise at public companies.

Other notes:

  • The cutoff for public companies is $3.5 million, compared with $3.0 million last year.
  • Among the privates, the 200th-ranked company posted revenue of $75 million this year, up $4 million from 2011.
  • The 150 public companies combined brought in $95.1 billion more than the 200 private companies.
  • Overall, about a quarter of the public companies -- 37 companies -- reported lower revenue. On the private side, only 16.5% of the companies on the list reported lower revenue -- 33 companies.

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Florida's Top 350 Companies

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