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Florida's 125 Biggest Public Companies

The chart below previews the top 50 companies on Florida Trend's 125 Biggest Public Companies list. The full list is available for purchase, online, and contains hundreds of additional contacts, phone, fax, website, full company address, and other information not previously published.

2016 Rank Name of Company City
1 World Fuel Services Miami
2 Tech Data Clearwater
3 AutoNation Fort Lauderdale
4 Jabil Circuit St. Petersburg
5 NextEra Energy Juno Beach
6 Carnival Corporation Miami
7 Office Depot Boca Raton
8 WellCare Health Plans Tampa
9 CSX Jacksonville
10 Hertz Global Holdings Naples
11 Lennar Miami
12 Fidelity National Financial Jacksonville
13 Royal Caribbean Cruises Miami
14 Darden Restaurants Orlando
15 Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) Jacksonville
16 Ryder System Miami
17 Adecco Group North America* Jacksonville
18 Raymond James Financial St. Petersburg
19 Harris Corporation Melbourne
20 Bloomin' Brands Tampa
21 Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Miami
22 MasTec Coral Gables
23 Watsco Coconut Grove
24 Fresh Del Monte Produce Coral Gables
25 HSN St. Petersburg
26 Roper Technologies Sarasota
27 ADT Boca Raton
28 Landstar System Jacksonville
29 Citrix Systems Fort Lauderdale
30 Cott Tampa
31 MEDNAX Sunrise
32 TECO Energy Tampa
33 B/E Aerospace Wellington
34 Embraer US* Fort Lauderdale
35 Chico's FAS Fort Myers
36 Platform Specialty Products West Palm Beach
37 Tupperware Brands Orlando
38 Spirit Airlines Miramar
39 Dycom Industries Palm Beach Gardens
40 Masonite International Tampa
41 GEO Group Boca Raton
42 Marriott Vacations Worldwide Orlando
43 Brown & Brown Daytona Beach
44 Vector Group Miami
45 SBA Communications Boca Raton
46 Manitowoc Foodservice New Port Richey
47 KLX Inc. Wellington
48 SeaWorld Entertainment Orlando
49 Stein Mart Jacksonville
50 Kforce Tampa

To qualify for consideration for the Florida Trend Public 125 list, a company must be headquartered in Florida, have its stock publicly traded on a major exchange, and file regular financial reports with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Subsidiaries are eligible provided they are headquartered in Florida and have their own president/CEO. Banks’ revenue is the sum of interest income plus non-interest income. Research by Laurie Graulich. © Copyright 2016 Trend Magazines Inc.

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