Charles Schwab Corporation

When financial services giant Charles Schwab Corporation announced it would purchase TD Ameritrade in 2019, it signaled good news for Westlake, Texas. This northern suburb of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area would welcome the merged companies alongside healthy investments into…

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JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Leading global financial services firm JPMorgan Chase is known for its prowess in the banking sector. The company continues its upward growth trajectory with consistently high rankings for management and investment value – not just in the United States, but…

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Dell Technologies

A company that began in a University of Texas dorm room 35 years ago has since transformed into the largest publicly traded company in the area. Headquartered in Round Rock, Dell Technologies has an extensive presence across Texas and is…

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Occidental

Occidental’s road to Texas dates back nearly 60 years. Founded in California in 1920, Occidental began investing in Texas in 1963, growing its oil and gas, midstream and chemicals businesses and employing thousands of residents over the decades. In 2014,…

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Lockheed Martin

This aerospace and defense giant, which traces its roots to 1912, now employs 110,000 workers globally and continues its trajectory of growth. Texas is home to more than 23,000 Lockheed Martin employees at the company’s Aeronautics Headquarters in Fort Worth,…

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Parsley Energy

Founded in 2008 by Bryan Sheffield, Parsley Energy is a Permian-focused independent oil and natural gas company. The company is exclusively focused on the most prolific portions of the Permian Basin, one of the most resource-rich oil basins in the…

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Daikin

A global leader in heating and air conditioning based in Osaka, Japan, Daikin Industries, Ltd., chose Waller, Texas, to construct its largest factory to date. The company produces heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) products primarily for the U.S. and…

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Bell

From Chuck Yeager breaking the sound barrier in a Bell X-1 to NASA launching its first lunar mission with a Bell simulator, Bell has been at the center of American technological innovations for decades. Today, the company is a global…

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Baylor Scott & White Health

As the largest not-for-profit health system in Texas, Baylor Scott & White Health is an integrated care delivery network that aims to be a trusted leader and innovator in value-based care delivery, customer experience and affordability. With 52 hospitals, including…

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Toyota

Global automaker Toyota has contributed $23.4 billion to the U.S. economy over the past 60 years through U.S. holding company Toyota Motor North America, Inc. In 2014, Toyota moved its North American headquarters from California to Plano, Texas, and subsequently…

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