Seven out of the 10 Fairfax County-based companies on this year’s Fortune 500 list are located in or near Tysons.
Fortune released its annual list of the largest publicly traded companies in the U.S. earlier today (May 16). The rankings are based on 2018 revenue.
The Tysons-area companies represent one-third of the 21 companies from Virginia on the list, according to a Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) press release.
“Only a handful of communities can say they are home to 10 Fortune 500 companies,” Catherine Riley, the interim president of FCEDA, said in a press release. “It is an important milestone, a significant recognition of the county as a prime location for corporations from a wide variety of industries looking for the assets and talent they need to grow and succeed.”
The new list includes:
- #40 Freddie Mac (Tysons)
- #92 General Dynamics (Falls Church area)
- #98 Capital One Financial (Tysons)
- #108 Northrop Grumman (Falls Church area)
- #122 DXC Technology (Tysons)
- #345 Hilton Worldwide Holdings (Tysons)
- #475 Booz Allen Hamilton (Tysons)
Leidos Holdings, an information technology company, and home construction company NVR — both based in Reston — made the list, along with Herndon-based Beacon Roofing.
Last year, Fairfax County had nine companies on the list, according to FCEDA. The company that made the biggest leap from last year’s list was DXC Technology, which jumped up 252 spots.
“The wide diversity of the industry sectors represented here — everything from our traditional strengths in IT and aerospace to financial services, hospitality and, now, construction materials — shows the value of a Fairfax County headquarters to corporations of all kinds,” Riley said.
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