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Business Florida 2013 - Business Leaders

Florida's Largest Public Companies

| 9/20/2012
2012 Rank Firm Name Location
1 World Fuel Services Corp. Miami
2 Tech Data Corp. Clearwater
3 Jabil Circuit Inc. St. Petersburg
4 Carnival Corp. Miami
5 NextEra Energy / Florida Power & Light Juno Beach
6 AutoNation Fort Lauderdale
7 CSX Corp. Jacksonville
8 Office Depot Inc. Boca Raton
9 Darden Restaurants Orlando
9 Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Miami
11 Winn-Dixie Stores Jacksonville
12 Ryder System Inc. Miami
12 WellCare Health Plans Inc. Tampa
14 Harris Corporation Melbourne
15 Health Management Associates Inc. Naples
16 Fidelity National Information Services Inc. Jacksonville
17 Fidelity National Financial Jacksonville
18 Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc. Coral Gables
19 Raymond James St. Petersburg
20 TECO Energy Inc. Tampa
21 HSN Inc. St. Petersburg
22 Lennar Corp. Miami
23 MasTec Inc. Coral Gables
23 Watsco Inc. Coconut Grove
25 Roper Industries Inc. Sarasota
26 Landstar System Inc. Jacksonville
26 Tupperware Brands Corp. Orlando
28 B/E Aerospace Inc. Wellington
29 Cott Corp. Tampa
30 Chico's FAS Inc. Fort Myers
30 Citrix Systems Inc. Fort Lauderdale
32 Lender Processing Services Inc. Jacksonville
32 SEACOR Holdings Inc. Fort Lauderdale
34 PSS World Medical Jacksonville
35 Metals USA Holdings Fort Lauderdale
36 Lincare Holdings Inc. Clearwater
37 FTI Consulting West Palm Beach
37 GEO Group Inc. Boca Raton
37 Mednax Inc. Sunrise
40 Rayonier Inc. Jacksonville
41 Elizabeth Arden Inc. Miramar
41 Interline Brands Jacksonville
41 Stein Mart Inc. Jacksonville
41 Sykes Enterprises Inc. Tampa
45 Kforce Inc. Tampa
45 Spirit Airlines Miramar
45 Vector Group Ltd. Miami
48 Brown & Brown Inc. Daytona Beach
48 Dycom Industries Inc. Palm Beach Gardens
50 Perry Ellis International Miami

Ranked by 2011 revenue. Companies listed are those with Florida-based headquarters; derived from data collected for Florida Trend’s Public 150 list. ©Copyright 2012 Trend Magazines Inc. This list may not be reproduced in any format without written permission from the publisher.

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