List of companies based in Oregon

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Largest Public Corporations Headquartered in Oregon[1]
Corporation Headquarters Market cap (million)
1. Nike, Inc. near Beaverton $32,039
2. Precision Castparts Corp. Portland $16,158
3. FLIR Systems Wilsonville $4,250
4. StanCorp Financial Group Portland $2,495
5. Schnitzer Steel Industries Portland $1,974
6. Portland General Electric Portland $1,737
7. Columbia Sportswear near Beaverton $1,593
8. Northwest Natural Gas Portland $1,287
9. Mentor Graphics Wilsonville $976
10. TriQuint Semiconductor Hillsboro $938

This is a list of companies based in Oregon. Oregon is the 9th most expansive and the 27th most populous of the 50 United States. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Oregon in 2010 was $168.6 billion, it is the United States's 26th wealthiest state by GDP. The state's per capita personal income in 2010 was $44,447.[2] Oregon has one of the largest salmon-fishing industries in the world, although ocean fisheries have reduced the river fisheries in recent years. Oregon is home to many breweries and Portland has the largest number of breweries of any city in the world.[3] High technology industries and services have been a major employer since the 1970s. Tektronix was the largest private employer in Oregon until the late 1980s. Intel's creation and expansion of several facilities in eastern Washington County continued the growth that Tektronix had started. Intel is now the state's largest for-profit private employer, with more than 17,000 employees.[4]

Companies based in Oregon[edit]

Early 1920s photograph of the Mount Emily Lumber Company
A Leatherman product

By type[edit]

Aircraft and airlines[edit]

Amusement parks[edit]

The entrance to Enchanted Forest, located in Turner

Design firms[edit]

Banks[edit]

Umpqua Holdings Corporation company headquarters in Portland

Credit unions[edit]

Breweries[edit]

Broadcasting[edit]

Distilleries[edit]

Clear Creek Distillery's "pear in a bottle" eau de vie

Financial and insurance[edit]

See also: Banks, listed above

Food (manufacturing and related)[edit]

A Franz truck (in Seattle). United States Bakery is also known as "Franz Family Bakeries"

Healthcare[edit]

Lodging[edit]

Manufacturing companies[edit]

A prototype streetcar built by United Streetcar, at its unveiling in Portland in July 2009

Publishers[edit]

Book publishers[edit]

News publishers[edit]

Record labels[edit]

Restaurants[edit]

Retail stores[edit]

Shipbuilders[edit]

A Landing Craft Support ship under construction at Commercial Iron Works, 21 July 1944

Software companies[edit]

Utilities[edit]

Wineries[edit]

King Estate Winery and vineyards

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bright spots amid the turmoil". The Oregonian. January 1, 2008. p. D3. Retrieved January 1, 2007. 
  2. ^ Comparison of State and Local Government Revenue and Debt in the United States, Bureau of Economic Analysis .
  3. ^ "Oregon's Beer Week gets under way". Knight-Ridder Tribune News Service. July 5, 2005. Retrieved October 22, 2007. 
  4. ^ Redden, Jim (January 9, 2014). "Report shows Intel tax breaks a net plus for state, county". Beaverton Valley Times. Retrieved January 25, 2014.