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These Companies Control Over 50% of Their Industry

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40. HP inc.
> Industry: Computer Manufacturing in the US
> Market share: 53.2%
> Second major player, market share: Super Micro Computer, Inc. — 23.7%

39. Covanta Holding Corp
> Industry: Waste-to-Energy Plant Operation
> Market share: 53.2%
> Second major player, market share: Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. — 19.7%

38. Campbell Soup Co
> Industry: Stock & Broth Production
> Market share: 53.3%
> Second major player, market share: General Mills, Inc. — 15.8%

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37. General Electric Company
> Industry: Wind Turbine Installation
> Market share: 53.7%
> Second major player, market share: Vestas Wind Systems A — 30.1%

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35. Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
> Industry: Laboratory Supply Wholesaling in the US
> Market share: 54.2%
> Second major player, market share: Avantor, Inc. — 12.9%

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