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CSX corporate headquarters
|Traded as||NYSE: CSX
S&P 500 Component
Dow Jones Transportation
|Headquarters||CSX Transportation Building
500 Water Street
Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.
|Eastern United States|
|Michael J. Ward, Chairman, President, and CEO|
Number of employees
CSX Corporation was formed in 1980 by the merger of Chessie System and Seaboard Coast Line Industries and eventually merged the various railroads owned by those predecessors into a single line that became known as CSX Transportation. Based in Richmond, Virginia, USA after the merger, in 2003 headquarters moved to Jacksonville, Florida (predecessor railroad Seaboard had also been headquartered in Jacksonville). The chairman, president, and chief executive officer since 2003 is Michael J. Ward.
The founding chairman was Prime F. Osborn III of Seaboard and the first CEO and second chairman was Hays T. Watkins Jr. of Chessie. Watkins was succeeded by John W. Snow as CEO in 1989 and as chairman in 1991. When Snow left the company in 2003 to become United States Secretary of the Treasury, Ward, who then headed CSX Transportation, was promoted to succeed him.
- CSX Transportation, Inc.
- CSX Intermodal Terminals, Inc.
- CSX Real Property, Inc.
- CSX Technology, Inc.
- Total Distribution Services, Inc.
- TRANSFLO Corporation 
- Fruit Growers Express
- CSX de Mexico 
- Consolidated Rail Corporation (CONRAIL) (Shares ownership with Norfolk Southern)
- Winston-Salem Southbound Railway (Shares ownership with Norfolk Southern)
- Powerhouse Logistics
Divestitures and discontinued operations
- CSX Hotels, Inc.
- Greenbrier Hotel Corporation sold to Justice Family Group in 2009
- Sea-Land Corporation split into two shipping lines and a terminal operator:
- SL Services, Inc. (“SLSI”) sold to Dubai Ports International FZE (“DPI”) in 2005 
- Orange Blossom Investment Company, Ltd sold to Dubai Ports International FZE (“DPI”) in 2005
- CSA Acquisition Corp.
- Texas Gas Transmission Corporation bought in 1983, sold in 1988 to Transco 
- Energy and utilities
- "CSX CORP 2013 Annual Report Form (10-K)" (XBRL). United States Securities and Exchange Commission. February 12, 2014.
- "CSX CORP 2014 Q1 Quarterly Report Form (10-Q)" (XBRL). United States Securities and Exchange Commission. April 16, 2014.
- http://www.csx.com/index.cfm/about-csx/company-overview/organization/ CSX Company Organization
- http://www.stb.dot.gov/econdata.nsf/ddcd1d0e9ffd326985256605005f697b/c76d823b38d2eea485257720004ec8cd/$FILE/2009%20Sch.250%20CSX%20%20Transportation,%20Inc..PDF Consolidated Information for Revenue Adequacy Determination
- http://www.csx.com/index.cfm/customers/international-services/csx-de-mexico/ CSX de Mexico
- http://media.corporate-ir.net/media_files/irol/92/92932/annual_reports/2004AR.pdf CSX Corporation 2004 Annual Report
- http://media.corporate-ir.net/media_files/irol/92/92932/annual_reports/2008AR.pdf CSX Corporation 2008 Annual Report
- http://www.nytimes.com/1988/12/24/business/csx-to-sell-pipeline-to-transco.html New York Times: CSX to Sell Pipeline to Transco