List of companies based in Miami

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This is a list of major companies or subsidiaries headquartered in Miami and the Miami metropolitan area.

The economy in Miami has largely diversified with less emphasis on tourism, a number of companies are based in the area, many with connections to Latin America. Because of its proximity to Latin America, Greater Miami serves as the headquarters of Latin American operations for more than 1,100 multinational corporations that adds up to more than $221 billion in annual revenues., including AIG, American Airlines, Cisco, Disney, Exxon, Kraft Foods, Microsoft, Oracle, SBC Communications, Sony, Visa International, and Wal-Mart.[1]

The following 6 companies are Fortune 500 companies based in the metropolitan area.[2]

(Ranking. Company Name (City) Annual Revenues)

147. FPL Group (Juno Beach), $15.6 billion
160. Lennar Corporation (Miami), $16.4 billion
192. Office Depot (Boca Raton), $12.1 billion
205. World Fuel Services (Miami), $11.3 billion
212. AutoNation (Fort Lauderdale), $11 billion
426. Ryder System (Miami), $5 billion

The following companies are major companies with regional HQ in the metropolitan area with a Latin American focus.[3]

The following are major companies with US/Americas HQ in the metropolitan area that also do business in the US.[3]

The following companies are the largest 20 local employers with a HQ in the metropolitan area.[3]

1. American Airlines - 9,000
2. Precision Response Corporation - 5,000
3. Royal Caribbean - 4,000
4. Office Depot - 3,800
5. Carnival Corporation & plc - 3,500
6. Wackenhut Corp- 3,000
7. Motorola - 2,500
8. Assurant Solutions - 2,100
9. Burger King - 2,000
10. Pollo Tropical - 2,000
11. Beckman Coulter - 1,800
12. Cordis - 1,800
13. NCL Corp - 1,500
14. Spherion - 1,200
15. Interval Leisure Group - 1,130
16. Boston Scientific - Miami - 1,000
17. OHL USA - 1,000
18. Securitas Security Services USA - 1,000
19. UPS - 1,000
20. Ryder System - 994

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-03-04. Retrieved 2015-09-05.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ http://blogs.tampabay.com/venture/2010/04/sixteen-florida-based-companies-made-the-new-2010-fortune-500-list-of-big-public-corporations-three-of-those-16-are-headquar.html
  3. ^ a b c South Florida Multinationals Oversee $221 Billion in Annual Revenues, Says Study From WorldCity and UM School of Business. Dated February 27 2009