What Fortune 500 companies are based in Ohio?


Ohio is home to several Fortune 500 companies that are involved in everything from grocery store chains to insurance and tires.

The 2017 Fortune 500 list of companies was recently released, marking the 63rd edition of the ranking. Fortune 500 companies represent around two-thirds of the U.S. gross domestic product with $12 trillion in revenues, according to Fortune.

There are 25 Fortune 500 companies located throughout the state, and a few call southwest Ohio home:

15. Cardinal Health, Dublin

18. Kroger, Cincinnati

36. Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati

51. Marathon Petroleum, Findlay

68. Nationwide Insurance, Columbus

110. Macy’s, Cincinnati

120. Progressive Insurance, Mayfield Village

167. American Electric Power, Columbus

184. Goodyear Tire & Rubber, Akron

196. FirstEnergy, Akron

220. L Brands, Columbus

236. Sherwin-Williams, Cleveland

251. Parker-Hannifin, Cleveland

346. J.M. Smucker, Orrville

389. Fifth Third Bancorp, Cincinnati

401. Owens-Illinois, Perrysburg

411. American Financial Group, Cincinnati

441. AK Steel, West Chester

447. Dana, Maumee

458. Owens Corning, Toledo

470. TravelCenters of America, Westlake

478. Cincinnati Financial, Cincinnati

479. KeyCorp, Cleveland

483. Western &Souther Financial Group, Cincinnati

495. Big Lots, Columbus

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