Indiana top ten lists: leading Indiana companies in 24 categories.

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AS A STATEWIDE magazine, Indiana Business works to bring you information about companies and business leaders from across Indiana. In addition to the stories and features of leading companies and business leaders, we also collect data from a wide range of sources.

As part of that effort, we are pleased to present our annual Top Lists, a collection of data on hundreds of top Indiana companies in various industries.

Information presented in these lists was collected from public sources and through contacts with the companies listed. Although best efforts were made to confirm and update the data listed, Indiana Business is only reporting the data collected and any use of such information should be verified independently. Rankings were based on the most recent data available, including annual reports and year-end statistics, and may have changed since then.

We trust you will find this information helpful to identify the leading companies and organizations in the state. If you have any additions to the list, please feel free to send them to the magazine on company letterhead. We will do our best to include any additions in subsequent lists.


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(Ranked by number of Indiana


1 Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Bentonville, AR 72716

Primary business: Retail

Indiana employees: 39,041

Indiana locations: 115 retail locations, 7 distribution centers

2 Clarian Health Partners

I-65 and 21st Street

Indianapolis, IN 46202


CEO: Daniel F. Evans, Jr.

Primary business: Health care provider

Indiana employees: 26,284

Indiana locations: Methodist Hospital, Indiana University Hospital, Riley Hospital For Children, Clarian North Medical Center and 12 additional facilities statewide

3 Eli Lilly & Co.

Lilly Corporate Center

Indianapolis, IN 46285


CEO: John C. Lechleiter

Primary business: Pharmaceutical manufacturer

Indiana employees: 14,792

Indiana locations: Indianapolis, Greenfield, Plainfield, Tippecanoe, Clinton

4 McDonalds Corp.

Oakbrook, IL 60523

Primary business: Restaurant

Indiana employees: 14,150

5 Marsh Supermarkets Inc.

9800 Crosspoint Blvd.

Indianapolis, IN 46256

Primary business: Regional food retailer

Indiana employees: 14,000

6 Ascension Health

St. Louis, MO 63134

Primary business: Health care provider

Indiana employees: 13,100

Indiana locations: St Vincent Health, Indianapolis; St Mary's Health System, Evansville

7 Yum Brands

Louisville, KY 40213

Primary business: A&W, KFC, Long John Silver's, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell

Indiana employees: 12,000

8 Sisters of St. Francis Health

1515 W. Dragoon Trail

Mishawaka, IN 46544


Primary business: Health care provider

Indiana locations:

Indiana employees: 11,200

9 Mittal Steel USA

OneSouth Dearborn

Chicago, IL 60603


Indiana employees: 10,000

Indiana locations: East Chicago, Burns Harbor

10 General Motors Corp.

P.O. Box 33170

Detroit, MI 48232

Indiana employees: 8,405

Indiana locations: Allison Transmission, Indianapolis; Fort Wayne Assembly; Bedford Foundry; Indianapolis Metal Center; Marion Metal Center


(Ranked by 2007 revenue)

1 WellPoint Inc.


Revenue: $61.1 bil.

Net income: $3.3 bil.

EPS: $5.56

Assets: $52.1 bil.

Equity: $23 bil.

Business description: Health insurance

CEO: Angela F. Braly

2 Eli Lilly & Co.


Revenue: $18.6 bil.

Net income: $3 bil.

EPS: $2.71

Assets: $26.8 bil.

Equip: $13.7 bil.

Business description: Pharmaceuticals

CEO: Sidney Taurel

3 Cummins Inc.


Revenue: $13 bil.

Nut income: $739 mil.

EPS: $3.70

Assets: $8.2 bil.

Equity: $3.4 bil.

Business description: Diesel engines

and related products

CEO: T.M. Solso

4 NiSource Inc.


Revenue: $79 bil.

Nut income: $321.4 mil.

EPS: $1.17

Assets: $18 bil.

Equity:. $5.1 bil.

Business description: Electric and gas utility

CEO: Robert C. Skaggs Jr.

5 Conseco


Revenue: $4.6 bil.

Nut loss: $179.9 mil.

EPS: ($1.12)

Assets: $33.5 bil.

Equity: $4.2 bil.

Business description: Insurance holding company

CEO: C. James Prieur

6 Steel Dynamics

Fort Wayne

Revenue: $4.4 bil.

Nut income: $394.6 mil.

EPS: $4.02

Assets: $4.5 bil.

Equity: $1.5 bil.

Business description: Steel, rail and building products

CEO: Keith E. Busse

7 Brightpoint


Revenue: $4.3 bil.

Nut income: $474 mil.

EPS: $.74

Assets: $2 bil.

Equity:. $600.8 mil.

Business description: Services for wireless communications and data industry

CEO: Robert J. Laikin

8 Zimmer Holdings


Revenue: $3.9 bil.

Nut income: $773.2 mil.

EPS: $3.26

Assets: $6.6 bil.

Equity: $5.4 bil.

Business description: Orthopedic products

CEO: David C. Dvorak

9 Simon Property Group


Revenue: $3.7 bil.

Net income: $436.2 mil.

EPS: $1.95

Assets: $23.6 bil.

Equity: $3.6 bil.

Business description: Real-estate investment trust

CEO: David Simon

10 Vectren


Revenue: $2.3 bil.

Nut income: $143.1 mil.

EPS: $1.87

Assets: $4.3 bil.

Equity. $1.2 bil.

Business description: Energy and technology holding company

CEO: Niel C. Ellerbrook


(Ranked by 2007 revenue)

1 Do it Best Corp.

Fort Wayne

Revenue: $2.8 bil.

Primary business: Wholesale hardware and building materials

Ranking executive: Bob Taylor

Primary owners: Independent hardwares, home centers and lumberyards, member-owned

Founded: 1945

2 Biomet Inc.


Revenue: $2.1 bil.

Primary business: Orthopedic products

Ranking executive: Jeffrey R. Binder

Primary owners: LVB Acquisition Inc.

Founded: 1977

3 Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis


Revenue: $1.8 bil.

Primary business: Credit and banking services for financial institutions

Ranking executive: Milton J. Miller II

Primary owners: Financial institutions in Indiana and Michigan

Founded: 1932

4 Petroleum Traders Corp.

Fort Wayne

Revenue: $1.8 bil.

Primary business: Petroleum wholesaling

Ranking executive: Michael B. Himes

Primary owners: Michael B. Himes

Founded: 1979

5 Hunt Construction Group Inc.


Revenue: $1.6 bil.

Primary business: General construction, construction management, program management, design, build and consulting

Ranking executive: Robert G. Hunt

Primary owners: Employee-owned

Founded: 1944

6 Cook Group Inc.


Revenue: $1.2 bil.

Primary business: Medical device manufacturing

Ranking executive: Kem Hawkins

Primary owners: William and Gayle Cook

Founded: 1963

7 Remy International Inc.


Revenue: $1.1 bil.

Primary business: Starter motors, alternators, engines, transmissions and fuel systems

Ranking executive: John H. Weber

Primary owners: Court Square Capital Ltd.

Founded: 1994

7 OneAmerica Financial Partners Inc.


Revenue: $1.1 bil.

Primary business: Individual and group life insurance

Ranking executive: Dayton H. Molendorp

Primary owners: American United Mutual Insurance Holding

Founded: 2000

7 Rea MagnetWire Co.

Fort Wayne

Revenue: $1.1 bil.

Primary business: Insulated magnet wire

Ranking executive: Charles E. Fisher

Primary owners: James M. Vann, William T. Gorman, Ronald B. Foster, William J. Wyatt

Founded: 1933

10 Countrymark Cooperative Inc.


Revenue: $964 mil.

Primary business: Fuels

Ranking executive: Charlie Smith

Primary owners: Farm co-ops

Founded: 1991



(Ranked by enrollment, Fall 2007)

1 Indiana University

107 S. Indiana Ave.

Bloomington, IN 47405


Enrollment:. 99,122 (eight campuses)

Tuition: $7,837 (in-state) 22,316 (nonresidents)

SAT average: 1170

President: Michael McRobbie

Academic programs: Kelley School of Business, School of Public & Environmental Affairs, School of Music, School of Journalism

Indiana campuses: Bloomington, Indianapolis, Richmond, Fort Wayne, Kokomo, Gary, South Bend, New Albany

2 Purdue University

475 Stadium Mail Drive

West Lafayette, IN 47907


Enrollment: 70,075 (four campuses)

Tuition: $7,416 (residents); 22,224 (non-residents)

SAT average: 1145

President: France A. Cordova

Academic programs: Engineering, Hospitality &Tourism Management, Pharmacy, Psychology, Management

Indiana campuses: West Lafayette, Hammond, Westville, Fort Wayne

3 IvyTech Community College

50 W. Fall Creek Pkwy N. Dr.

Indianapolis, IN 46208


Enrollment: 59,969 (23 campuses)

Tuition: $95.00/credit hour

SAT average: Open Admission

President: Thomas J. Snyder

Academic programs: Business, Health & Science, Technology, Public & Social Services, Education

Indiana main regional campuses: Gary, Elkhart, South Bend, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Lawrenceburg, Madison, Sellersburg, Lafayette, Kokomo, Logansport, Anderson, Marion, Muncie, Terre Haute, Columbus, Bloomington, Richmond

4 Ball State University

2000 W. University Ave.

Muncie, IN 47306


Enrollment:. 18,000

Tuition: $7,168 (residents) $14,000 (non-residents)

SAT average: 1038

President: Jo Ann Gora

Academic programs: Miller College of Business, College of Architecture and Planning, Applied Science and Technology

5 University of Notre Dame

220 Main Building

Notre Dame, IN 46556


Enrollment: 11,300

Tuition: $35.187

SAT average: 1380

President: Reverend John Jenkins

Academic programs: Liberal Arts, Business, Engineering, Science and Architecture

6 Indiana Wesleyan University

4201 S. Washington St.

Marion, IN 46953


Enrollment: 13,500

Tuition: varies on degree program

President: Dr. Henry L. Smith

Academic programs: Business...

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