Chicago's largest publicly held companies 2019

The companies on our annual list generated a combined profit of $68.5 billion and a combined revenue of approximately $1.05 trillion in 2018, but not everyone came out ahead.

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The Chicago area’s top three largest publicly traded companies—Walgreens, Boeing and Archer-Daniels-Midland—are perennial chart toppers, but other big players have seen some changes in 2018.

United swapped places with Allstate this year, moving up to the No. 5 spot thanks to its 9.3 percent growth rate from 2017. Commercial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle vaulted to No. 15 from last year’s ranking at No. 26, and Cushman & Wakefield’s IPO last summer put it on our list for the first time, at No. 27.

79彩票注册网址Companies on this list generated a combined profit of $68.5 billion and a combined revenue of approximately $1.05 trillion in 2018, but not everyone came out ahead. Old Republic International saw decreases in both, with a 3.9 percent drop in revenue and a 33.9 percent drop in net income. Equity Commonwealth, which has been selling off buildings for years, including in 2018, posted a 42.1 percent downward shift in revenue, but it also saw an 819.9 percent increase in net income. Cars.com posted a 82.7 percent decrease in 2018 net income, but that's due in part to a 2017 favorable adjustment to deferred tax liabilities that gave the company’s net income a $131 million boost that year.

Crain’s annual list of the Chicago area’s largest publicly traded companies lists 144 companies, each with a 2018 revenue of at least $50 million, and ranks them by their 2018 revenue. The Excel version includes data on profit margins, employment, and other details you won’t find in the print edition. To download this list and other Crain’s data, and visit the Data Center.

 

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