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Business Florida 2014 - Business Assistance and Funding

Florida's Largest Public Companies

| 9/27/2013
2012 Rank Firm Name Location
1 World Fuel Services Miami
2 Tech Data Clearwater
3 Jabil Circuit St. Petersburg
4 AutoNation Fort Lauderdale
5 Carnival Miami
6 NextEra Energy Juno Beach
7 CSX Jacksonville
8 Office Depot Boca Raton
9 Darden Restaurants Orlando
10 Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Miami
11 WellCare Health Plans Tampa
12 Fidelity National Financial Jacksonville
13 Ryder System Miami
14 Health Management Associates Naples
15 Fidelity National Information Services Jacksonville
16 Harris Corporation Melbourne
17 Lennar Miami
18 Bloomin' Brands Tampa
19 Raymond James St. Petersburg
20 MasTec Coral Gables
21 Watsco Coconut Grove
22 Fresh Del Monte Produce Coral Gables
23 HSN St. Petersburg
24 ADT Boca Raton
25 B/E Aerospace Wellington
26 TECO Energy Tampa
27 Roper Industries Sarasota
28 Landstar System Jacksonville
29 Citrix Systems Fort Lauderdale
30 Tupperware Brands Orlando
31 Chico's FAS Fort Myers
32 Cott Tampa
33 Lender Processing Services Jacksonville
34 Mednax Sunrise
35 SEACOR Holdings Fort Lauderdale
36 FTI Consulting West Palm Beach
37 Rayonier Jacksonville
38 GEO Group Boca Raton
39 Spirit Airlines Miramar
40 Elizabeth Arden Miramar
41 Dycom Industries Palm Beach Gardens
42 Brown & Brown Daytona Beach
43 Stein Mart Jacksonville
44 Sykes Enterprises Tampa
45 Vector Group Ltd. Miami
46 Kforce Tampa
47 Perry Ellis International Miami
48 SBA Communications Boca Raton
49 HEICO Hollywood
50 EverBank Financial Jacksonville

Ranked by 2012 revenue. Companies listed are those with Florida-based headquarters; derived from data collected for Florida Trend’s Public 150 list. ©Copyright 2013 Trend Magazines Inc. This list may not be reproduced in any format without written permission from the publisher.

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