List of companies in the Chicago metropolitan area

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Top publicly traded
companies in metro Chicago

according to revenues
with metro and U.S. rankings
Metro Corporation US
1 Walgreens Boots Alliance 17
2 Boeing 24
3 Archer Daniels Midland 45
4 Caterpillar 74
5 United Airlines 83
6 Allstate 84
7 Exelon 89
8 Mondelēz International 109
9 AbbVie 111
10 McDonald's 112
11 US Foods 124
12 Sears Holdings 127
13 Abbott Laboratories 135
14 Conagra Brands 197
15 CDW 199
16 Illinois Tool Works 202
17 Discover Financial 277
18 Baxter 281
19 W. W. Grainger 282
20 LKQ Corporation 304
21 Tenneco 322
22 Navistar 337
23 Univar 338
24 Anixter 359
25 RR Donnelley 388
26 Jones Lang LaSalle 391
27 Dover Corporation 392
28 Tree House Foods 427
29 Motorola Solutions 433
30 Old Republic International 439
31 Packaging Corporation of America 450
32 Ingredion 456
33 Arthur J. Gallagher 462
34 Essendant 487
Further information:
Companies in the Chicago area

Source: Fortune 500 2017[1]

This is a list of companies in the Chicago metropolitan area. The Chicago metropolitan area – also known as "Chicagoland" – is the metropolitan area associated with the city of Chicago, Illinois, and its suburbs.[2] With an estimated population of 9.4 million people,[3] it is the third largest metropolitan area in the United States[4] and the region most connected to the city through geographic, social, economic, and cultural ties.

Architecture and engineering[edit]

Construction[edit]

Real estate[edit]

Consumer[edit]

Consumer goods[edit]

Apparel and accessories[edit]

Gifts and collectables[edit]

Home furnishings and equipment[edit]

Household goods[edit]

Music equipment[edit]

Personal care[edit]

Tools[edit]

Education and reference[edit]

Retail[edit]

Art supplies[edit]

Broadlines[edit]

Business-to-business[edit]

Electronics[edit]

Florists[edit]

Grocery/convenience[edit]

Hardware[edit]

Office supplies and stationery[edit]

Softlines[edit]

Services[edit]

Sports, games, and toys[edit]

Energy[edit]

Financial services[edit]

Banks[edit]

Credit and payments[edit]

Exchanges[edit]

Insurance[edit]

Investments[edit]

Private equity and hedge funds[edit]

Food and beverages[edit]

Beverages[edit]

Distribution[edit]

Food[edit]

Ingredients[edit]

Manufacturing[edit]

Restaurant chains[edit]

Healthcare[edit]

Health services[edit]

Pharmaceuticals and medical devices[edit]

Pharmacy[edit]

Provider goods and services[edit]

Industrial[edit]

Agricultural equipment[edit]

Automotive[edit]

Building materials[edit]

Chemicals[edit]

Glass[edit]

Metals[edit]

Packaging[edit]

Plumbing and piping[edit]

Tools[edit]

Other[edit]

Media and entertainment[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Music[edit]

Online[edit]

Publishing[edit]

TV, film, and radio[edit]

Professional and business services[edit]

Accounting[edit]

Design[edit]

Legal[edit]

Management consulting[edit]

Marketing and public relations[edit]

Recruiting, human resources and payroll[edit]

Technology consulting[edit]

Technology[edit]

Distribution[edit]

Hardware[edit]

Internet[edit]

Manufacturing[edit]

Services[edit]

Software[edit]

Telecommunications and networking[edit]

Video games[edit]

Travel and transportation[edit]

Aviation support[edit]

Consumer travel[edit]

Freight[edit]

Rail[edit]

Road[edit]

Services[edit]

Out of state and foreign companies with a major presence[edit]

There are other large corporations with an established presence in Chicago and/or its suburbs (but whose corporate headquarters are located elsewhere), including:

Autos[edit]

Consumer[edit]

Energy[edit]

Financial services[edit]

Food, beverages and agriculture[edit]

Healthcare and pharmaceuticals[edit]

Industrial[edit]

Amcor Flexibles from Seitzerland

Media[edit]

Professional services[edit]

Technology[edit]

Travel and transportation[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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