List of companies of the United States

::"American company redirects here. For the eighteenth-century theatre company, see American Company.

This is a list of notable companies headquartered in the United States:
*#Current companies
*#Former companies, including acquired and merged ones
*#By industry
*#By location
*#See also

Current companies

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*3M Company

A

*a21
*Aaron Rents
*Abbott Laboratories
*Abercrombie & Fitch
*ABX Air, Inc.
*ACCO Brands
*Ace Hardware
*Acme Brick Company
*Acme Markets
*ACN Inc.
*Activision Blizzard
*ADC Telecommunications
*Adobe Systems Inc.
*Aetna
*Albertsons
*Alcoa
*Allen Organ
*Altria Group (formerly Philip Morris Companies)
*Amazon.com
*AMD
*America Online
*American Airlines
*American Apparel
*American Broadcasting Company
*American Express
*American Greetings
*American Home Mortgage
*American International Group
*American Reprographics Company
*Amgen
*Amiga
*Amphenol Corporation
*Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corporation)
*Amy's Kitchen
*AnaSpec
*Anchor Bay Entertainment
*AND1
*Applebee's
*Apple Inc.
*Applied Materials
*Arbitron
*Arby's
*Arctic Cat
*Ariba
*Arryx
*ASARCO (American Smelting And Refining Company)
*AskMeNow
*Aspyr Media Inc.
*AT&T
*Atari
*Autodesk
*Avaya
*Avery Tickets
*Avon Products

B

*Babcock & Wilcox
*Bath & Body Works
*Beaner's Gourmet Coffee
*Bechtel Corporation
*Becton Dickinson
*Berkshire Hathaway
*Belkin
*Binney & Smith
*Birdwell
*Blockbuster Video
*Boeing
*Bosch Brewing Company
*Burlington Northern Santa Fe
*Bradley Pharmaceuticals
*Browser Media
*Becton Dickinson

C

*CA, Inc.
*Calpine
*Capital One
*Cartoon Network Studios
*Caterpillar Inc.
*CBS Corporation
*Cerner Corporation
*C.H. Robinson Worldwide
*Chem-Dry
*ChevronTexaco
*Chicago Bridge & Iron Company
*Chrysler
*CIGNA
*Citigroup
*Citrix
*Cisco Systems, Inc.
*CKE Restaurants
*Clear Channel Communications
*CNA
*CNET
*The Coca-Cola Company
*Cognizant Technology Solutions
*Colgate-Palmolive
*Colt Defense
*Colt's Manufacturing Company
*Columbia Pictures
*Comcast
*Comodo
*ConocoPhillips
*Conseco
*Continental Airlines
*Control Data Corporation (CDC)
*Convergys Corp.
*Converse Shoes
*Corning Incorporated
*Costco
*Crazy Eddie
*Crowley Maritime Corporation
*CVS Pharmacy

D

*Darden Restaurants
*Deere & Company
*Dell, Inc.
*Delta Air Lines
*Dereon
*DiC Entertainment
*Diebold
*Digi-Key
*The Walt Disney Company
*Discovery Communications
*Doculabs
*The Dow Chemical Company
*Dow Jones & Company
*Dresser Inc.
*Duke Energy
*DuPont (E.I. du Pont de Nemours)

E

*Eastman Chemical Company
*Eastman Kodak
*eBay
*Ecolab
*El Paso Corp.
*Electronic Data Systems
*Eli Lilly and Company
*EMC Corporation
*Emcor Group
*Emerson Electric Company
*Energy East
*Entergy
*Enterprise GP Holdings
*Equifax
*Erie Insurance Group
*Estée Lauder Companies
*Exelon Corporation
*Expeditors International
*Express Scripts Incorporated
*ExxonMobil

F

*FedEx
*Fidelity Investments
*FileMaker Inc., formerly Claris Corp.
*Ford Motor Company
*Forum Communications
*Fox Film Corporation
*FreeWave Technologies, Inc.
*Frontier Airlines
*Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
*Federal National Mortgage Association

G

*Gartner
*Gateway Computers
*General Dynamics
*General Electric
*General Mills
*General Motors
*Gentiva Health Services
*Georgia Pacific
*Giant Food
*Global Insight
*Go Daddy
*Goldman Sachs
*Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
*Google

H

*H&R Block
*Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S.
*Hallmark Cards
*Halliburton
*Harley-Davidson
*Hasbro
*Hastings Entertainment
*H-E-B
*Hewlett-Packard
*Hi-Point Firearms
*H J Heinz Company
*Home Depot
*Honeywell
*Hot Topic
*Huntingdon Life Sciences
*Hyland Software

I

*Informix
*Infor
*Ingenuity Software
*Intel
*International Business Machines (IBM)
*International Game Technology (IGT)
*International Paper
*Interplay Entertainment
*Interstate Batteries
*Intuit
*INVESTools
*ION Media Networks
*iRobot
*i-flex Solutions

J

*JetBlue Airways
*John Deere
*Jones Soda Co.
*Johnson & Johnson
*Journal Communications
*J. P. Morgan Chase and Co.

K

*Kellogg, Brown and Root
*Kellogg Company
*Kerr-McGee
*Kimberly-Clark
*Kmart Corporation
*KPMG
*Kraft Foods
*Kroger
*Kohler
*Kurzweil Educational Systems

L

*Laserfiche
*Lehman Brothers
*Liberty Corporation, The
*Limited Brands
*L.L.Bean
*Local Matters
*Lockheed Martin
*Louisiana Pacific
*Lucasfilm
*Lucas Oil

M

*Marathon Oil
*Mars Incorporated
*Marsh & McLennan
*Marshall Pottery Inc.
*Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
*Martin Marietta Materials
*MasterCard
*Mattel
*McDonald's Corporation
*MCI
*Merck and Company
*Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.
*Microsoft
*Midway Games
*Midwest Communications
*Miller Brewing
*Minnesota IMPLAN Group, inc
*Miro Technologies
*Monsanto
*Morgan Stanley
*Motorola
*Musco Lighting
*Mutual of Omaha

N

*Nabisco
*Nationwide Insurance
*NBC Universal
*NCR Corporation
*NetApp
*NetZero
*New Era Tickets
*News Corporation
*Nike
*Northrop Grumman
*Northwest Airlines
*Novell
*Novellus Systems

O

*Office Depot
*Office Max
*Oracle Corporation

P

*PACCAR
*Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E)
*PalmOne, Inc.
*PalmSource, Inc.
*Pan Am
*Paramount Pictures
*PeopleSoft
*PepsiCo
*Pinnacle Systems
*Pizza Hut
*Pfizer
*Polaroid Corporation
*Precision Castparts Corporation
*Price Waterhouse Coopers
*Principal Financial Group
*Procter & Gamble
*Publix

Q

*Qualcomm
*Quantrix
*Quest Software
*Quincy Newspapers
*Qwest

R

*RadioShack
*Raytheon
*Red Hat
*Red River Broadcasting
*Regis Corporation
*Respironics
*Rockwell Automation
*Rockwell Collins
*Russell Investment Group
*Russell Stovers

*Safeco Corporation
*Safeway Inc.
*Salem Communications
*SBC Communications
*Service Corporation International (SCI)
*Sequoia Voting Systems
*Six Flags Inc.
*SGI
*SkyWest Airlines
*Skype
*Snap-on Tools
*Sony Pictures Entertainment
*Southern California Edison
*Southwest Airlines
*Sprint Nextel Corporation
*SPANX
*Staples, Inc.
*Starbucks
*Starz
*State Street Corporation
*Sterling Ledet & Associates, Inc.
*Sterling Commerce
*Stewart-Warner Instrument Company
*STX
*Subway
*Sun Microsystems
*Sunny Delight Beverages
*Sunoco
*Syntel

T

*Target Corporation
*Texas Instruments
*Textron Inc.
*TheStreet.com
*Time Warner (formerly AOL Time Warner)
*Towers Perrin
*Trinity Industries Inc.
*Turner Entertainment

U

*UBU Productions
*Union Oil Company of California (Unocal)
*Union Pacific Railroad
*Unisys
*United Airlines
*United Parcel Service
*United Technologies
*Universal Studios
*US Airways
*U.S. Robotics
*UTStarcom
*United Services Automobile Association
*US Cellular

V

*Valero Energy Corporation
*The Vanguard Group
*VIZ Media
*Vectren
*Verizon
*Verizon Wireless
*Viacom
*Visa Inc.
*Vocera Communications

W

*Washington Mutual
*Wal-Mart
*Walgreens
*Walt Disney Company
*Warner Bros. Entertainment
*The Weinstein Company
*Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
*Wendy's
*Westat
*West Liberty Foods
*Whole Foods Market
*World Financial Group
*World Wrestling Entertainment

X

*Xerox
*Xilinx
*XMsuite
*XPLANE

Y

*Yahoo!
*YRC Worldwide Inc.
*Yum! Brands, Inc.

Z

*Zapata
*Zappos.com
*Zoomerang

Former companies, including acquired and merged ones

*Adventure International
*Aldus Corp., (merged with Adobe Systems)
*AlliedSignal, acquired Honeywell and adopted the Honeywell name.
*American Motors Corporation (AMC)
*America West Airlines, merged with US Airways in 2005
*Ameritech, now part of AT&T
*Amoco, now part of BP
*Amoskeag Manufacturing Company
*Apollo Computer, acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 1989
*Airborne Express
*Arbusto Energy
*Arco, or Atlantic Richfield Company, acquired by BP Amoco
*Arthur Andersen
*Cingular, acquired by AT&T Wireless
*Avalon Hill, acquired by Hasbro
*Bell Labs, acquired by AT&T
*Bell Atlantic, now part of Verizon
*Boston Manufacturing Company
*Chevron, now part of ChevronTexaco
*Coleco Inc. (Connecticut Leather Company)
*Columbia Records, now part of Sony
*Compaq, acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 2002
*CommWorks Corporation acquired by UTStarcom in 2003
*Connectix Corp.
*Conoco, now part of ConocoPhillips
*Cray Research
*Data Resources Inc (DRI)
*Digital Equipment Corporation, acquired by Compaq in 1998 (now part of Hewlett-Packard)
*Enron
*Esso (S.O.) - renamed Exxon, now part of Exxon Mobil
*Exxon, now part of ExxonMobil
*GTE, now part of Verizon
*Gulf Oil
*Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, acquired in 1956 by the Continental Can Company
*IGN Entertainment Inc., formerly Snowball Inc., now owned by News Corp.
*Infocom Inc.
*Kozmo.com
*Lighthouse Design, taken over by Sun Microsystems in 1996
*Maxis Software Inc., taken over by EA in 1997
*Macromedia, taken over by Adobe Systems in 2005
*McDonnell Douglas, now part of Boeing
*Nabisco (National Biscuit Company), acquired by Kraft
*Nashua Manufacturing Company
*Netscape Communications Corporation, now part of Time Warner
*NYNEX, now part of Verizon
*Orange Micro Inc.
*Pacific Bell, now part of AT&T
*Palm, Inc., now split into PalmOne, Inc. and PalmSource, Inc.
*Phillips Petroleum Company, now part of ConocoPhillips
*Rockwell International
*Sierra Entertainment Inc. (formerly Sierra On-Line)
*Southern New England Telephone, now part of AT&T
*Southwestern Bell, now part of AT&T
*Speedblock, closed in 1998.
*Sprint, merged with Nextel to form Sprint Nextel Corporation
*Standard Oil
*Standard Oil of Indiana, later became Amoco, still later acquired by BP
*Standard Oil of Ohio, or Sohio, now part of BP
*Texaco, now part of ChevronTexaco
*TSR (Tactical Studies Rules)
*Union Carbide, now part of Dow Chemical Company
*Universal Studios, now part of NBC Universal (controlled by General Electric)
*US WEST, now part of Qwest
*Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates (WEFA), now Global Insight
*WorldCom, renamed MCI

By industry

*List of United States electric companies
*List of United States natural gas companies
*List of United States telephone companies
*List of United States water companies
*List of United States software companies
*List of United States chemical companies

ee also

*Television networks
*List of restaurant chains
*Fast-food restaurant
*Lists of public utilities


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