List of Companies in The Chicago Metropolitan Area

This is a list of companies in the Chicago metropolitan area.

Top publicly traded
companies in metro Chicago

according to revenues
with metro and U.S. rankings
Metro Corporation US
1 Walgreen 32
2 Boeing 39
3 Kraft Foods 50
4 Sears Holdings 65
5 Abbott Laboratories 71
6 United Continental 76
7 Allstate 93
8 McDonald's 107
10 Exelon 145
11 IL Tool Works 149
12 Navistar 193
13 Baxter 195
14 Motorola Mobility 206
15 Sara Lee 220
16 Aon 235
17 RR Donnelley 249
18 CDW 270
19 Motorola Solutions 274
20 Discover 300
21 Dover 304
22 W. W. Grainger 318
23 Tenneco 350
24 OfficeMax 354
25 Anixter 386
26 Ingredion 390
27 CF Industries 402
28 Telephone & Data Systems 469
29 United Stationers 478
Further information:
Companies in the Chicago area

Source: Fortune 2012


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