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Top Public Companies Ranked by Revenue for 2017
2018
Rank
Name
City, State/Province
Zip
County
Phone
Fax
Web site
2017 revenue (in thousands)
2016 revenue
% Change
2017 income (in thousands)
Diluted earnings per share
Number of Employees
Line of Business
Stock Symbol
Stock Exchange
FYE
Key Executive
Title
1
Tech Data Corp.
Clearwater, FL 33760
Pinellas
(727) 539-7429
(727) 538-7803
techdata.com
$36,775,000
$26,234,876
40%
116,600
3.05
14,000
Computer distribution
TECD
NASDAQ
January
Robert M. Dutkowsky
CEO
2
World Fuel Services Corp.
Miami, FL 33178
Miami-Dade
(305) 428-8000
(305) 392-5600
wfscorp.com
$33,695,000
$27,015,800
25%
(170,200)
(2.50)
5,000
Petroleum products distribution
INT
NYSE
December
Michael J. Kasbar
President/CEO/Chairman
3
AutoNation Inc.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Broward
(954) 769-6000
(954) 769-6537
corp.autonation.com
$21,534,600
$21,609,000
-0%
434,600
4.43
26,000
Auto dealerships
AN
NYSE
December
Michael J. Jackson
Chairman/CEO
4
Jabil Circuit Inc.
St. Petersburg, FL 33716
Pinellas
(727) 577-9749
(727) 579-8529
jabil.com
$19,063,000
$18,353,086
4%
127,167
0.69
170,000
Electronics components manufacturing
JBL
NYSE
August
Mark T. Mondello
CEO
5
Carnival Corporation
Miami, FL 33178
Miami-Dade
(305) 599-2600
(305) 406-4700
carnivalcorp.com
$17,510,000
$16,389,000
7%
2,606,000
3.59
97,200
Cruise line
CCL
NYSE
November
Micky Arison
Chairman

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