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Virginia companies on the Fortune 1000

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Company 2016 ranking Previous ranking Headquarters 2015 revenues (in billions) % change
Freddie Mac 43 42 McLean $63.50 -8.50%
General Dynamics 88 100 Falls Church 31.5 2.0
Capital One Financial 112 126 McLean 25.1 5.1
Northrop Grumman 118 124 Falls Church 23.5 -1.9
Altria Group 149 169 Richmond 18.9 5.1
Dollar Tree1 180 330 Chesapeake 15.5 80.2
Performance Food Group 185 N/A Richmond 15.3 11.6
AES 190 178 Arlington 15.0 -13.9
CarMax 191 232 Richmond 14.9 13.3
Computer Sciences (CSC) 233 229 Tysons 12.2 -7.9
Dominion Resources2 243 243 Richmond 11.7 -6.1
WestRock 251 293 Richmond 11.4 15.0
Hilton Worldwide Holdings 254 280 McLean 11.3 7.3
Norfolk Southern 270 256 Norfolk 10.5 -9.6
Owens & Minor 291 309 Mechanicsville 9.8 3.5
Advance Auto Parts 293 294 Roanoke 9.7 -1.1
Genworth Financial3 306 304 Richmond 9.2 -3.3
Huntington Ingalls Industries 378 390 Newport News 7.0 -0.9
Markel 476 504 Glen Allen 5.4 4.6
Booz Allen Hamilton Holding 487 475 McLean 5.3 -3.7
NVR 498 577 Reston 5.2 16.1
Leidos Holdings4 504 506 Reston 5.1 -0.1
Orbital ATK 560 539 Dulles 4.4 -8.5
Science Applications International (SAIC) 565 630 McLean 4.3 11.1
Willis Towers Watson 626 676 Arlington 3.6 2.8
CACI International 673 674 Arlington 3.3 -7.0
Tegna5 681 441 McLean 3.2 -46.0
Brink's 714 654 Richmond 3.0 -17.6
Graham Holdings 737 670 Arlington 3.0 -16.7
Alpha Natural Resources6 743 594 Bristol 3.0 -30.8
Gannett5 752 N/A McLean 2.8 N/A
Beacon Roofing Supply 837 917 Herndon 2.5 8.1
Universal 902 854 Richmond 2.3 -10.6
NewMarket 934 916 Richmond 2.1 -8.3
Maximus 943 N/A Reston 2.1 23.5
Engility Holdings 946 N/A Chantilly 2.1 52.6
Delta Tucker Holdings 987 934 McLean 1.9 -14.6

N/A: Not applicable, company was not on the Fortune list or not a publicly traded company in 2014

1  Dollar Tree bought discount retailer Family Dollar in 2015 for $9.1 billion.

2  Dominion Resources plans to change its name to Dominion Energy Inc. pending approval from its shareholders.

3  Genworth is being sold to Beijing-based China Oceanwide Holdings Group for $2.7 billion.

4  Leidos merged with Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions in 2016.

5  Tegna spun off its publishing division, Gannett Co. Inc., in 2015.

6  Alpha Natural Resources filed for Chapter 11  banktruptcy court protection. After emerging from bankruptcy, it moved its headquarters to Tennessee.


Source: Fortune magazine.


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