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Major Employers

A hub for headquarters. 

Doing great work for great companies is what the Greater MSP region does best. The hub of thriving companies who take advantage of the area’s locational assets includes UnitedHealth Group, Target, Best Buy, US Bank, 3M, CHS, U.S. Bancorp, General Mills and more.

Companies from around the area are lauded every year for their innovation, sustainability, ethical leadership, brand values and corporate citizenship; the companies who make Greater MSP their home have set deep roots in the community.  In fact, Cargill — the largest private company in the nation — has flourished here for over a century.

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Fortune 500 Companies in Greater MSP

Greater MSP 2015 Ranking Company
Fortune 500 RankingRevenue (billions)
1 United Health Group 6 184.8
2 Target  38 69.4
3 Best Buy 72 39.4
4 CHS 93 30.3
5 3M 94 30.1
6 U.S. Bancorp 125 22.7
7 Supervalu 158 17.5
8 General Mills 165 16.5
9 Land O' Lakes 209 13.2
10 Ecolab 211 13.1
11 C.H. Robinson Worldwide 212 13.1
12 Ameriprise Financial 239 11.7
13 Xcel Energy 256 11.1
14 Hormel Foods 295 9.5
15 Thrivent Financial 316 8.7
16 Mosaic 377 7.1
17 St. Jude Medical 434 6.0

 

Forbes Largest Private Companies

RankCompanyIndustryRevenue (billions)Employees
1 Cargill, Minneapolis Farm Products 109.84 e 130,500
83 Carlson, Minnetonka Hotels, Restaurants & Leisure 3.90 e 50,700
94 Schwan Food, Marshall Food, Drink & Tobacco 3.67 e 17,000
132 Holiday Companies, Bloomington  Convenience Stores & Gas Station 3.00 e 4,600
169 Rosen's Diversified, Fairmont  Food, Drink & Tobacco 2.51 e 4,000
182 M A Mortenson, Minneapolis Construction 2.39 e 2,200
210 Andersen, Bayport Construction 2.10 e 9,000

Revenues exclude excise taxes where applicable, public subsidiaries and sales from discontinued operations. Revenues are worldwide figures. e = Forbes’ estimate Source: Forbes

 

Forbes Global 2000

Forbes 2015 RankingsCompanyIndustry2014 Sales (billions)Worldwide Employees

65

UnitedHealth Group Managed Health Care $130.5 185,000

126

US Bancorp Major Banks $20.3 67,000

205

3M Conglomerates $31.8 89,800

249

Medtronic Medical Equipment & Supplies $17.4 49,000

335

Ameriprise Financial Investment Services $12.1 19,000

407

General Mills Food Processing $17.6 43,000

498

Ecolab Specialized Chemicals $14.3 47,000

531

Xcel Energy Electric Utilities $11.7 11,691

534

Target Discount Stores $73.9 347,000

565

Best Buy Computer & Electronics Retail $41.5 125,000

693

Mosaic Specialized Chemicals $9.1 9,100

957

St. Jude Medical Medical Equipment & Supplies $5.6 16,000

1109

CH Robinson Worldwide Other Transportation $13.5 11,521

1699

Polaris Industries Recreational Products $4.5 7,000

1743

Supervalu Food Retail $17.4 35,800

 

Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies

National RankPrivate Company/HeadquartersProduct/ServiceRevenue (millions)Three-Year Growth Rate
141 Morning Star Financial Services Self-directed financial services for those with disabilities and the elderly. $44.1 M 2,733%
154 Zerbee Business Products Internet supplier of office products, office furniture, restaurant supplies, medical supplies, restaurant supplies and technology products. $6.3 M 2,550%
178 Integrhythm Boutique consulting firm focused on integrating business and IT to create an operational rhythm for enterprise. $3.8 M 2,339%
220 LeadPages Designs templates for website pages and apps that allow businesses to increase their reach. $8.3 M 1,991% 
374 Snap Construction Exterior construction company specializing in windows, roofing, siding, insulation and home remodeling. $4.9 M 1,275%

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