Special Report

The Largest Company in Every State

Liberty Mutual Holding Co
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21. Massachusetts
> Largest company:
Liberty Mutual Insurance Group
> Revenue: $37.6 billion
> Headquarters: Boston, MA
> Ownership: Public

General Motors (GM) headquarters in Detroit
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22. Michigan
> Largest company:
General Motors  (NYSE: GM)
> Revenue: $152.4 billion
> Headquarters: Detroit, MI
> Ownership: Public

UnitedHealth Group
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23. Minnesota
> Largest company:
UnitedHealth Group
> Revenue: $157.1 billion
> Headquarters: Minnetonka, MN
> Ownership: Public

Sanderson Farms
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24. Mississippi
> Largest company:
Sanderson Farms
> Revenue: $2.8 billion
> Headquarters: Laurel, MS
> Ownership: Public

25. Missouri
> Largest company:
Express Scripts Holding (NASDAQ: ESRX)
> Revenue: $101.8 billion
> Headquarters: St. Louis, MO
> Ownership: Public

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