B.E. Industrial/service Companies

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B.E. Industrial/service Companies


1 Revenues: $3,336.133

Last Year's Rank: 1

World Wide Technology Inc.

Maryland Heights, MO

CEO: David L. Steward

Staff: 1,381

Type of Business: Information technology products/services

2 Revenues: $1,600.000

Last Year's Rank: 3

Bridgewater Interiors L.L.C.

Detroit, MI

CEO: Ronald E. Hall Sr.

Staff: 1,450

Type of Business: Automotive parts supplier

3 Revenues: $1,400.000

Last Year's Rank: 4

ACT-1 Group

Torrance, CA

CEO: Janice Bryant Howroyd

Staff: 1,387

Type of Business: Staffing services

3 Revenues: $1,400.000

Last Year's Rank: 2

CAMAC International Corp.

Houston, TX

CEO: Kase L. Lawal

Staff: 300

Type of Business: Oil, gas exploration, production, and trading

5 Revenues: $675.000

Last Year's Rank: 7

TAG Holdings L.L.C.

Troy, MI

CEO: Joseph B. Anderson Jr.

Staff: 392

Type of Business: Automotive parts supplier

6 Revenues: $578.000

Last Year's Rank: 8

RLJ Development L.L.C.

Bethesda, MD

CEO: Thomas J. Baltimore Jr.

Staff: 47

Type of Business: Hotel development and investment

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7 Revenues: $511.000

Last Year's Rank: 9

Manna Inc.

Louisville, KY

CEO: Ulysses Bridgeman Jr.

Staff: 11,500

Type of Business: Quick service restaurants

8 Revenues: $395.036

Last Year's Rank: 11

Anderson-DuBose Co.

Solon, OH

CEO: Warren E. Anderson

Staff: 169

Type of Business: Distribution of food and paper products

9 Revenues: $385.000

Last Year's Rank: 10

Barden Cos. Inc.

Detroit, MI

CEO: Don H. Barden

Staff: 3,200

Type of Business: Casino/hotel operations, real estate development

10 Revenues: $373.000

Last Year's Rank: 12

Thompson Hospitality Corp.

Herndon, VA

CEO: Warren M. Thompson

Staff: 3,700

Type of Business: Food and facilities management services

11 Revenues: $323.865

Last Year's Rank: 18

Piston Automotive L.L.C.

Redford, MI

CEO: Vincent Johnson

Staff: 220

Type of Business: Automotive assembly

12 Revenues: $289.000

Last Year's Rank: 14

Harpo Inc.

Chicago, IL

CEO: Oprah Winfrey

Staff: 375

Type of Business: Multimedia

13 Revenues: $279.000

Last Year's Rank: 17

Radio One Inc.*

Lanham, MD

CEO: Alfred C. Liggins III

Staff: 865

Type of Business: Radio broadcasting

14 Revenues: $275.000

Last Year's Rank: 16

Global Automotive Alliance L.L.C.

Detroit, MI

CEO: William F. Pickard

Staff: 500

Type of Business: Automotive parts supplier

15 Revenues: $268.711

Last Year's Rank: 13

H. J. Russell & Co.

Atlanta, GA

CEO: Michael B. Russell

Staff: 1,886

Type of Business: Construction, real estate, and food concessions

16 Revenues: $256.000

Last Year's Rank: 21

Fair Oaks Farms L.L.C.

Pleasant Prairie, WI

CEO: Michael L. Thompson

Staff: 292

Type of Business: Food services

17 Revenues: $232.314

Last Year's Rank: 20

1 Source Consulting Inc.

Germantown, MD

CEO: William R. Teel Jr.

Staff: 110

Type of Business: Information technology products/services

18 Revenues: $222. …

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