What COE members made the Fortune 500?

Nearly half of COE’s member companies or their parent organizations made the ranks of the 1,000 largest companies in the U.S., with 10 cracking the Fortune 500.

cardinalThe magazine’s much-hyped annual list was released earlier this month, with Dublin, Ohio-based Cardinal Health cracking the Fortune 25 at No. 21, with $102 billion in annual revenue. Cardinal Health is the highest-ranked COE member company on the list and the second-highest Ohio-based company, behind No. 17-ranked Kroger ($109 billion).

Other COE members and member company owners in the Fortune 500:

  • 58. FedEx Services parent FedEx ($47.5 billion)
  • 69. Nationwide ($40.2 billion)
  • 128. Emerson Climate Technologies parent Emerson Electric ($22.3 billion)
  • 137. Progressive Insurance ($20.9 billion)
  • 138. Abbott Laboratories ($20.7 billion)
  • 165. American Electric Power Company ($16.9 billion)
  • 169. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. ($16.4 billion)
  • 224. Parker-Hannifin ($12.7 billion)
  • 480. Owens Corning ($5.4 billion)

Member companies that fell outside the 500 but made the ranks of the Fortune 1,000 are

  • 540. KeyCorp ($4.3 billion)
  • 580. Hexion ($4.14 billion)
  • 628. Greif ($3.62 billion)
  • 698. Huntington Bancshares Inc. ($3.15 billion)
  • 724. Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. ($3.02 billion)
  • 864. Mettler Toledo ($2.4 billion)

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