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Proof in numbers | List of Leaders Intro

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This year, it might be the companies missing from our annual List of Leaders that best demonstrate the current economic storm. Virginia saw two of its Fortune 1,000 companies fall into bankruptcy last year — with no hope of re-emerging. Consumer electronics retailer Circuit City Stores Inc., the sixth biggest company on last year’s Public Companies list, failed to find the financing or buyer needed to continue operating. Also, title insurer LandAmerica Financial Group sold off most of its assets, and put the remaining pieces of the company into bankruptcy.

Then there’s Freddie Mac. The Federal Finance Housing Agency put the struggling mortgage-finance company in conservatorship in September.

Virginia Business tracks 19 industries in its annual List of Leaders. The lists show how companies and industries are doing as a whole and helps provide insight into new trends and the state’s current economic health.

Just a year ago, it took $769 million in annual revenues to make our list of the top public companies. This year, the cutoff point was $330 million. The number of companies reporting net losses is also noteworthy. Fourteen companies on this year’s list reported losses. In last year’s list, only six lost money.

As expected, our Architectural & Engineering Firms and General Contractors lists showed the effects of the slowdown in the construction industry — but not as much as one might expect. About half of the companies on the A&E list and one-third of companies on the General Contractors list reported lower Virginia revenues in 2008 than in 2007.

Despite the gloomy economy, the news certainly isn’t all bad. Virginia gained Fortune 500 firms Altria (the parent company of cigarette manufacturer Philip Morris USA) and Computer Sciences Corp. (a systems integration and outsourcing company), which moved its headquarters from California to Falls Church.

Also, defense contractors continue to buck the trend. General Dynamics increased its revenues 7 percent from 2007 to 2008. ManTech International reported $1.8 billion in revenues for 2008, moving up on our Public Companies list from No. 35 to No. 26. 

Bright spots also can be found on our Private Companies list. Mars Inc., the producer of M&Ms and Snicker’s, bought gum maker Wm. Wrigley Jr. for $23 billion last year to become the world’s largest candy manufacturer. Performance Food Group, a former Fortune 500 company, was bought by investment firms, but stayed in Richmond and now is one of the state’s largest private companies.

Some of our lists don’t change much from year to year, such as our lists of public and private colleges. But they can still reveal interesting trends. For example, the increasing appeal of community colleges is evident. In fall 2008, 56,189 students attended one of Virginia’s 23 community colleges full time, a 5 percent increase over last year. Lynchburg-based Liberty University also is rapidly increasing its enrollment through its online, distance-learning program. The private Christian school saw a 22 percent increase in its full-time students to 19,715.

The start of 2009 hasn’t been easy. Headlines still show increasing unemployment, low consumer confidence and tight credit markets. Our 2010 list should show how Virginia companies fared. We plan on adding new lists next year. If you’d like to suggest a new industry, or comment on our current lists, please e-mail jsabbath@va-business.com.

Listed below are links to our 19 lists. Complete Excel versions and PDF versions are available for purchase on our e-commerce page.

Accounting Firms
Architectural and Engineering Firms
Banks & Thrifts
Colleges and universities (public)
Colleges and universities (private)
Conference hotels
Credit Unions
Divisions and Subsidiaries
General Contractors
Health & Accident Insurers
Hospitals
Insurance Brokers
Law Firms
Life
Real Estate Firms
Public Companies
Private Companies
Wireless Telephone Companies
Wireline Telephone Companies

Accounting Firms
(ranked by # of CPAs)

1. PricewaterhouseCoopers, 447
2. KPMG LLP, 400
3. Goodman & Co., 201
4. RSM McGladrey, 161
5. Argy, Wiltse & Robinson, 101
6. Grant Thornton, 97
7. Beers + Cutler, 93
8. LarsonAllen, 90
9. Yount, Hyde & Barbour,82
10. Brown, Edwards & Co., 77
11. Witt Mares, 72
12. Wall, Einhorn & Chernitzer, 70
13. Hantzmon Wiebel, 67
14. Cherry, Bekaert & Holland, 65
15. Keiter, Stephens, Hurst, Gary & Shreaves, 57
16 PBGH, 44
17. McPhillips, Roberts & Deans, 35
17. Watkins, Meegan, Drury & Co., 35
19. Thompson, Greenspon & Co. , 34
20. Kositzka, Wicks & Co., 33
21. Mitchell, Wiggins & Company LLP, 32
22. Cotton & Co., 30
22. Frank & Co., 30
24. Matthews, Carter and Boyce, 28
25. Cocke, Szpanka & Taylor, 24
25. Swart, Lalande & Associates, 24
27. Homes, Lowry, Horn & Johnson, 22
28. Wells Coleman & Company, 18
29. Adams, Jenkins & Cheatham, 16
29. The Burdette Smith Group, 16
31. Martin, Dolan & Holton, 15
32. Foti, Flynn, Lowen & Co., 12
32. Malvin Riggins & Co., 12
32. Zukerman & Associates, 12
35. Piascik & Associates, 10
36 MillerMusmar 9
Deloitte, WND
Ernst & Young, WND
Source: Individual firms

Architectural and Engineering Firms
(based on Virginia revenues)
1. AECOM Technology Corp., 236.9 million
2. EMCOR, 181 million
3. Dewberry, 111 million
4. Clark Nexsen, 51.7 million
5. Moseley Architects , 48.4 million
6. ECS Ltd., 46.2 million
7. Timmons Group, 41.4 million
8. Bowman Consulting, 31.2 million
9. Wiley|Wilson, 26.1 million
10. Draper Aden Associates, 25.8 million
11. Froehling & Robertson, 25 million
12. Patton Harris Rust & Associates, 23.6 million
13. Davis, Carter, Scott Ltd, 21.4 million
14. Marshall Miller & Associates, 20.3 million
15. Baskervill, 16.6 million
16. Wisnewski Blair & Associates, 13.8 million
17/ RRMM Architects ,12 million
18. Christopher Consultants, 11 million
19. Thompson & Litton, 11 million
20. KTA Group, Inc., 10 million
21. AREVA NP, 9 million
22. Hurt & Proffitt, 9 million
23. Anderson & Associates, 7.9 million
24. Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas + Co., 6.1 million
McKinney & Co., WND
Source: Individual firms

Banks & Thrifts
(Based on Virginia premiums)
1. E*Trade Bank, 31 billion
2. Wachovia Bank National Association, 25.9 billion
3. BB&T Corp., 19.8 billion
4. Capital One Bank, 18.3 billion
5. Bank of America, 13.3 billion
6. Capital One National Association, 14.9 billion
7. SunTrust Banks, 14.2 billion
8. Chevy Chase Bank, 2.5 billion
9. StellarOne, 2.4 billion
10. Carter Bank & Trust, 2.3 billion
11. Virginia Commerce Bank, 2.1 billion
12. TowneBank, 2 billion
13. United Bank, 1.9 billion
14. PNC Bank National Association, 1.8 billion
15. Union Bank & Trust, 1.3 billion
16. Burke & Herbert Bank & Trust, 1.2 billion
17. First Market Bank FSB, 1.1 billion
18. First Citizens Bank & Trust Co., 1.1 billion
19. Cardinal Bank, 1.1 billion
20. Acacia Federal Savings Bank, 990 million
Source: Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

Colleges and Universities (Public)
(based on 2008 full-time enrollment)
1. Virginia Community College System, 56,189
2 Virginia Tech, 27,539
3. Virginia Commonwealth University, 23,420
4. University of Virginia, 20,701
5. James Madison University, 17,098
6. George Mason University, 16,685
7. Old Dominion University, 14,399
8. Radford University, 8,213
9. College of William and Mary, 7,351
10. Norfolk State University, 5,109
11. Christopher Newport University, 4,656
12. Virginia State University, 4,221
13. Longwood University, 3,934
14. University of Mary Washingto, 3,747
15 U.Va. College at Wise, 1,451
16. Virginia Military Institute, 1,428
17. Richard Bland College, 1,038
Source: State Council of Higher Education for Virginia

Colleges and Universities (Private)
(based on 2008 full-time fall enrollment)

1. Liberty University, 19,715
2. Hampton University , 4,934
3. University of Richmond, 3,450
4. Marymount University, 2,368
5. Shenandoah University, 2,319
6. Lynchburg College, 2,132
7. Washington and Lee University, 2,083
8. Roanoke College, 1,927
9. Regent University, 1,877
10. Bridgewater College, 1,497
11. Ferrum College, 1,360
12. Randolph-Macon College, 1,176
13. Mary Baldwin College, 1,168
14. Virginia Wesleyan College, 1,156
15. Virginia Union University, 1,148
16. Hampden-Sydney College, 1,116
17. Eastern Mennonite University, 1,056
18. Emory and Henry College, 883
19. Hollins University, 840
20. Eastern Virginia Medical School, 774
21. Sweet Briar College, 767
22. Averett University, 757
23. Jefferson College of Health Sciences, 702
24. Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine, 674
25. St. Paul’s College, 622
26. Bluefield College, 610
27. Randolph College, 553
28. Virginia Intermont College, 453
29. Christendom College, 420
30. Appalachian School of Law, 350
31. Institute for the Psychological Sciences, 55
Source: State Council for Higher Education

Conference Hotels
(based on square feet of available meeting space)
1. The National Conference Center, 276,750
2. The Homestead, 72,000
3. The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, 63,000
4. Norfolk Waterside Marriott and Convention Center, 60,000
5. Hyatt Regency Crystal City, 59,284
6. The Cavalier Hotel, 50,000
7. Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, 45,000
7. Lansdowne Resort & Conference Center, 45,000
7. The Williamsburg Lodge, 45,000
7. Williamsburg Marriott, 45,000
11. Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner, 40,000
11. Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles, 40,000
11. Wintergreen Resort & Conference Center, 40,000
14. Sheraton Norfolk Waterside, 35,000
15. Crystal Gateway Marriott, 33,000
16. Hyatt Regency Reston, 32,000
17. The Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner, 31,000
18. Doubletree Hotel Cyrstal City-National Airport, 30,000
18. Norfolk Plaza Hotel, 30,000
18. Richmond Marriott, 30,000
21. Crowne Plaza Williamsburg at Fort Magruder, 26,000
21. Holiday Inn Select Koger South Conference Center, 26,000
21. The Jefferson, 26,000
24. Newport News Marriott at City Center, 25,000
24. Sheraton National Hotel, 25,000
24. Sheraton Richmond West, 25,000
24. The Founders Inn & Spa, 25,000
24. Wyndham Virginia Crossings Hotel and Conference Center, 25,000
29. Renaissance Portsmouth Hotel & Waterfront Conference Center, 24,355
30. The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center, 24,000
31. Boars Head Inn, 22,000
31. Sheraton Reston Hotel, 22,000
33. Williamsburg Hospitality House, 21,000
Source: Individual hotels.

Credit Unions
(based on total assets)

1. Navy Federal, 35.8 billion
2. Pentagon Federal, 12.7 billion
3. Virginia, 1.7 billion
4. Northwest Federal, 1.7 billion
5. Langley Federal, 1.2 billion
6. Chartway Federal, 1.1 billion
7. Apple Federal, 1.1 billion
8. BayPort Credit Union, 983.9 million
9. State Department Federal, 974.3 million
10. DuPont Community, 663.6 million
11. 1st Advantage Federal, 489.8 million
12. Justice Federal, 433.4 million
13. United States Senate Federal, 406.3 million
14. University of Virginia Community, 381.8 million
15. ABNB Federal, 365.9 million
16. Member One Federal, 358.4 million
17. Call Federal, 278.3 million
18. Martinsville DuPont, 273.6 million
19. CommonWealth One Federal, 271.4 million
20. Freedom First, 250.8 million
21. Belvoir Federal, 248.2 million
22. Fairfax County Federal, 225.9 million
23. NSWC Federal, 218.1 million
24. Agriculture Federal, 201.6 million
25. NAPUS Federal, 194.1 million
Source: National Credit Union Administration

Divisions and Subsidiaries
(based on total revenue)

1. Philip Morris USA, 18.8 billion
2. Ferguson Enterprises, 11.3 billion
3. Northrop Grumman Information Systems, 10.2 billion
4. General Dynamics Information Technology, 10.1 billion
5. Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding, Newport News Operations, 6.1 billion
6. Computer Sciences North American Public Sector, 5.9 billion
7. McKesson Medical - Surgical, 2.6 billion
8. Raytheon Technical Services, 2.6 billion
9. Northrop Grumman Technical Services, 2.3 billion
10. UPS Freight 2.1 billion
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Virginia, N/A
BAE Systems Information Technology, N/A
CGI Federal, N/A
Verizon Virginia, N/A
Source: Individual companies and Virginia Business Research

General Contractors
(Based on value of work put in place in Virginia in 2008)
1. W.M. Jordan Company, 443.9 million
2. Balfour Beatty Construction, 435.9 million
3. The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., 355 million
4. Hensel Phelps Construction, 322 million
5. HITT Contracting Inc., 296.5 million
6. KBS Inc., 277.9 million
7. Gilbane Building Co., 276 million
8. Armada Hoffler, 271.3 million
9. L.F. Jennings, 251 million
10. Howard Shockey & Sons, 249 million
11. Shirley Contracting, 200 million
12. DPR Construction, 181.6 million
13. Nielsen Builders, 175 million
14. MEB General Contractors, 157 million
15. S.B. Ballard Construction, 147 million
16. Branch & Associates, 138 million
17. Dietze Construction Group, 135 million
18. English Construction, 131.5 million
19. Barton Malow, 115 million
20. VIRTEXCO Corp., 112 million
21. Kenbridge Construction Company, 111 million
22. Skanska USA Civil Southeast, 106 million
23. E.V. Williams, 89 million
24. Branch Highways,86 million
25. EDC, 68 million
26. R.W. Murray Co., 66 million
27. American Bridge, 54 million
28. Henderson Inc., 55 million
29. Martin Bros. Contractors, 52 million
30. Martin Horn, 50 million
31. ENSCO, 44 million
32. Structure Tone Inc., 7 million
Source: Individual firms

Health and Accident Insurers
(based on premiums in Virginia in 2007)

1. Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, 3.7 billion
2. Humana Insurance, 475 million
3. UnitedHealthcare Insurance, 458.6 million
4. Group Hospitalization and Medical Services, 384.8 million
5. Aetna Life Insurance, 262.2 million
6. Connecticut General Life Insurance (CIGNA Healthcare), 179.9 million
7. Guardian Life Insurance, 171.8 million
8. Metropolitan Life Insurance, 146 million
9.The Pyramid Life Insurance, 129.8 million
10. Unum Life Insurance, 120 million
11. Aflac, 117.8 million
12. Coventry Health and Life Insurance, 96.5 million
13. Unicare Life & Health Insurance, 92.3 million
14. Optima Health Insurance, 89.3 million
15. Hartford Life and Accident Insurance, 80.9 million
16. Mamsi Life and Health Insuance, 68.7 million
17. John Hancock Life Insurance, 68.3 million
18. Mutual of Omaha Insurance, 66.7 million
19. Medco Containment Life Insurance, 60 million
20. Genworth Life Insurance, 59.1 million
Source: State Corporation Commission

Hospitals
(based on 2007 net patient revenues)

1. Inova Fairfax, 976.8 million
2. University of Virginia Medical Center, 866.3 million
3. VCU Health System, 826 million
4. Carilion Medical Center, 637.5 million
5. Sentara Norfolk General, 553.8 million
6. CJW Medical Center, 515 million
7. Mary Washington, 423.7 million
8. Winchester Medical Center, 413.8 million
9. Bon Secours St. Mary’s, 367.6 million
10. Centra Health, 347.7 million
11. Henrico Doctors’, 343.1 million
12. Inova Alexandria, 265.7 million
13. Riverside Regional Medical Center, 263.4 million
14. Virginia Hospital Center, 252.4 million
15. Rockingham Memorial, 236.8 million
16. Chesapeake Regional Medical Center, 233.3 million
17. Sentara Virginia Beach General, 231.8 million
18. Bon Secours Maryview, 222.5 million
19. Sentara CarePlex, 221.6 million
20. Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center, 218.5 million
Source: Virginia Hospital Information

Insurance Brokers
(based on 2008 Virginia revenues)

1. Rutherfoord, 66.7 million
2. BB&T Insurance Services, 60.9 million
3. Wells Fargo Insurance Services, 43.7 million
4. USI Insurance Services, 36 million
5. Scott Insurance, 31.6 million
6. WillisHRH, 20 million
7. Bankers Insurance, 19.1 million
8. AH&T Insurance, 13.5 million
9. Aon Risk Services of Virginia, 12.6 million
10. Chas. Lunsford Sons & Associates, 6 million
Marsh/Mercer, WND
Tabb, Brockenbrough & Ragland, WND
Source: Individual firms

Law Firms
(Based on number of lawyers)

1. McGuireWoods, 340
2. Hunton & Williams, 323
3. Williams Mullen, 231
4. Troutman Sanders, 178
5. LeClairRyan, 172
6. Kaufman & Canoles, 121
7. Oblon, Spivak, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, 101
8. Hirschler Fleischer, 80
9. Cooley Godward Kronish, 74
10. Sands Anderson Marks & Miller, 73
11. Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, 70
12. Reed Smith, 68
13. Oliff & Berridge, 65
13. Willcox & Savage, 65
15. Vandeventer Black, 62
16. Venable, 61
17. Watt, Tieder, Hoffar & Fitzgerald, 60
18. Woods Rogers, 59
19. Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch, 54
19. Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, 54
21. Hogan & Hartson, 50
22. Odin, Feldman & Pittleman, 49
23. Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore, 48
24. Hancock, Daniel, Johnson & Nagle, 44
25. Nixon & Vanderhye, 43
26. Greenberg Traurig,42
26. Morrison & Forester, 42
28. Bean, Kinney & Korman, 41
29. Christian & Barton, 39
30. Holland & Knight, 38
31. Greenblum & Bernstein, 37
32. Pender & Coward, 35
32. Rees Broome. 35
34. Miles & Stockbridge, 33
34. Spotts Fain, 33
36. Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth, 30
37. Goodman, Allen & Filetti, 29
37. McCandlish Holton, 29
37. Patton Boggs, 29
37. Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley, Emrich & Walsh, 29
41. Blankingship and Keith, 27
42. Jones, Blechman, Woltz & Kelly, 26
42. Kalbaugh, Pfund & Messersmith, 26
42. Thompson & McMullan, 26
42. Wolcott Rivers Gates, 26
46. DLA Piper, 25
47. Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein, 24
48. Huff, Poole & Mahoney, 23
48. Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver, 23
50. Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen, 21
Source: Individual firms

Life Insurers
(based on 2007 Virginia premiums)

1. Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance, 196.3 million
2. Minnesota Life Insurance, 186.3 million
3. Metropolitan Life Insurance, 177.4 million
4. Prudential Insurance, 175.8 million
5. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, 117.8 million
6. Lincoln National Life Insuarnce , 117.1 million
7. New York Life Insurance, 116.3 million
8. State Farm Life Insurance, 86.8 million
9. Genworth Life and Annuity Insurance, 72.8 million
10. John Hancock Life Insurance, 66.4 million
11. Monumental Life Insurance, 64.6 million
12. Aetna Life Insurance, 62 million
13. New York Life Insurance and Annuity, 61.2 million
14. AXA Equitable Life Insurance, 59.8 million
15. American General Life Insurance, 55.9 million
16. Guardian Life Insurance, 55.8 million
17. USAA Life Insurance, 53.7 million
18. American General Life and Accident Insurance, 45.5 million
19. Primerica Life Insurance, 42.6 million
20. Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance. 40.9 million
Source: State Corporation Commission

Real Estate Firms
(based on portfolio of leasable square feet in Virginia)

1. CB Richard Ellis, 52,212,923
2. Thalhimer/Cushman and Wakefield, 28,596,298
3. GVA Advantis, 24,085,547
4. S.L. Nusbaum Realty Co., 22,796,702
5. Divaris Real Estate, 16,936,472
6. Jones Lang LaSalle, 14,000,000
7. Hall Associates, 10,400,000
8. Harvey Lindsay, 9,410,000
9. Liberty Property Trust, 9,186,174
10. Porter Realty Company Inc./CORFAC International, 9,175,000
11. Grubb & Ellis, 8,390,393
12. Grubb & Ellis|Harrison & Bates, 8,300,000
13. Brandywine Realty Trust, 6,564,736
14. Poe & Cronk Real Estate Group, 6,350,000
15. Commonwealth Commercial Partners, Inc., 4,945,273
16. Ellis-Gibson Development Group/Commercial Real Estate Services, 4,873,800
17. The Wilton Companies, 3,500,000
18. West*Group, 3,463,000
19. The Shopping Center Group, 2,720,245
20. Highwoods Properties, 2,638,483
Source: Individual firms

Public Companies
(based on 2008 revenues or most recent trailing four quarters as of mid-February)

1. General Dynamics, 29.3 billion
2. Altria Group, 19.4 billion
3. Computer Sciences Corp., 17.1 billion
4. Dominion Resources, 16.3 billion
5. AES Corp., 16.3 billion
6. Smithfield Foods, 12.3 billion
7. Norfolk Southern, 10.7 billion
8. Genworth Financial, 9.9 billion
9. Capital One, 8.8 billion
10, CarMax, 7.5 billion
11, Owens & Minor, 7.2 billion
12. Gannett Co., 6.8 billion
13. MeadWestvaco, 6.6 billion
14. Advance Auto Parts, 5 billion
15. Dollar Tree Stores, 4.6 billion
16. Amerigroup Corp., 4.4 billion
17. NII Holdings, 4.2 billion
18. NVR Inc., 3.7 billion
19. BearingPoint, 3.4 billion
20. The Brink’s Co., 3.2 billion
21. Massey Energy, 3 billion
22. CACI International, 2.6 billion
23. Alpha Natural Resources, 2.6 billion
24. Universal Corp., 2.5 billion
25. Markel Corp., 1.9 billion
26. Mantech International, 1.8 billion
27. Watson Wyatt Worldwide, 1.8 billion
28. Sunrise Senior Living, 1.7 billion
29. NewMarket Corp., 1.6 billion
30. SRA International, 1.5 billion
31. XO Holdings, 1.5 billion
32. Orbital Sciences Corp., 1.2 billion
33. Sallie Mae, 1.1 billion
34. VSE Corp., 945.3 million
35. Primus Telecommunications Group, 916.8 million
36. Tredegar Corp., 908.8 million
37. AvalonBay Communities, 882.7 million
38. Media General, 800 million
39. Interstate Hotels & Resorts, 794 million
40. GTSI Corp./ 783.5 million
41. Maximus, 748.1 million
42. Stanley Inc., 740.8 million
43. James River Coal, 553.9 million
44. American Woodmark, 550.2 million
45. NTELOS, 527.2 million
46. Lumber Liquidators, 471.2 million
47. NCI, 377.2 million
48. TNS Inc., 351.9 million
49. Argon ST, 350.7 million
50. Trex, 330.2 million
Source: Virginia Business research

Private Companies
(based on 2008 revenue or most recent fiscal year available)

1. Mars Inc., 28 billion
2. Performance Food Group, 9.5 billion
3. Booz Allen Hamilton, 4 billion
4. Southern States Cooperative, 2 billion
5. K-Va-T Food Stores, 1.8 billion
6. Carpenter Co., 1.7 billion
7. Estes Express Lines, 1.5 billion
8. FHC Health Systems, 1.4 billion
9. Landmark Communications, 1.4 billion
10. Omega World Travel, 1.2 billion
11. Md. & Va. Milk Producers Cooperative, 1.1 billion
12. Old Dominion Electric Cooperative, 1 billion
13. ValueOptions, 1 billion
14. Feld Entertainment, 840 million
15. Long & Foster, 767 million
16. Ukrop’s Super Markets, 565.9 million
Sources: Individual firms, bold numbers are estimates from Forbes and other outside sources

Wireless Telephone Companies
(listed below are wireless segment revenues for 2008)

AT&T Mobility, 49.3 billion
Embarq, 62 million
NTELOS, 527 million
Sprint Nextel, 31.7 billion
T-Mobile USA, 21.2 billion
USA Mobility, 440.5 million
Verizon Wireless, 49.3 billion
Source: Virginia Business Research

Wireline Telephone Companies
(segment not broken down by state level)

Cavalier Telephone, cavtel.com
Comcast, comcast.com
Cox Communitcations, cox.com
Embarq, embarq.com
NTELOS, ntelos.com
PAETEC, paetec.com
Shenandoah Telecommunications, shentel.com
Sprint Nextel, sprint.com
Verizon South, verizon.com
Verizon Virginia, verizon.com

 


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