Milwaukee Commerce - Notable - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Large or well-known companies with headquarters or major operations in the Milwaukee area; revenue figures, where shown, are from hoovers.com
  • AO Smith: A. O. Smith; Electric motors and water heaters; 2009 revenue $1.9 billion
  • Assurant: Assurant Health; insurance; formerly Fortis Health; unit of Assurant (New York, NY); 2009 revenue $1.7 billion
  • Aurora HC: Aurora Healthcare; Wisconsin health care organization operating hospitals, medical clinics, and pharmacies
  • Brady: Brady Corporation; industrial identification and specialty coated products; 2010 revenue $1.2 billion
  • Briggs & Stratton: World's largest producer of 3-31 horsepower air-cooled gasoline engines used in lawn mowers and garden tillers; 2010 revenue $2.0 billion; Wauwatosa
  • Carson PS: Carson Pirie Scott; operates department stores across the United States including Bergner's, Boston Stores, Carson Pirie Scott, and Herberger's; unit of Bon-Ton Stores, Inc., York, PA
  • CleanPower: janitorial, specialty and green cleaning solutions; for office, multi-tenant, industrial, manufacturing, education or medical facilities
  • Columba-SM: Columbia-St Mary's; healthcare network; see photo album page available photo album page
  • Frontier: Frontier Airlines; direct flights from MKE airport; formerly Midwest Airlines and Midwest Express (formerly based in Milwaukee); now one of several airlines serving MKE airport; headquarters Denver, Colorado
  • GE Healthcare: GE Healthcare Technologies; diagnostic imaging equipment, magnetic resonance, ultrasound, and computed tomography scanners; units at facility in Milwaukee County Research Park in Wauwatosa; unit of General Electric
  • Harley: Harley-Davidson; motorcycles; 2009 revenue $4.7 billion
  • Johnson Ctrls: Johnson Controls; makes car seats, interior systems, and batteries, environmental control systems for commercial buildings; 2010 revenue $34.3 billion
  • Journal: Journal Communications; publisher of daily Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and weekly, community, and shoppers newspapers; tv and radio stations; printing, direct marketing, telecommunications; 2009 revenue $433 million; headquarters Milwaukee; see photo album page available photo album page
  • Joy Global: Manufacturing, servicing, and distributing equipment for mining; units P&H Mining Equipment, Joy Mining Machinery; (formerly Harnischfeger); 2009 revenue $3.5 billion
  • Manpower Group: Provider of temporary employees and services; 2009 revenue $16 billion; headquarters next to Milwaukee River near the Cherry Street bridge; see photo album page available photo album page; formerly called just Manpower
  • Marcus Corp: Owns and franchises motels, hotels, resorts, and movie theaters; 2010 revenue $379 million
  • M&I: Marshall & Ilsley; banking; 2009 revenue $3.3 billion
  • Masterlock: Locks of all kinds; Oak Creek; unit of Fortune Brands
  • MGIC: MGIC Investment Corporation; parent of Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corp; insures low or no down payment mortgages; 2009 revenue $1.7 billion; see photo album page available photo album page
  • MillerCoors: Chicago-headquartered brewing company with Milwaukee operations, merger of Miller and Coors; Miller Lite, Miller Genuine Draft, Miller High Life, Milwaukee's Best, Red Dog, Sharp's, Olde English, Leinenkugel's, Hamm's, Mickey's, Foster's
  • Northwestern Mutual: insurance and financial; units include Frank Russell Company; see photo album page available photo album page; formerly called Northwestern Mutual Financial Network, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company
  • Potawatomi: Bingo and Casino; Forest County Potawatomi
  • Quad/Graphics: Prints catalogs, magazines, books, direct mail, etc; 2009 revenue $1.7 billion; Sussex
  • RBS Global: Rexnord LLC; Process Motion Control; Water Management
  • Rockwell: Rockwell Automation; industrial automation; control systems, power systems; Allen-Bradley unit; 2010 revenue $4.8 billion; see photo album page available photo album page
  • Roundy's: Grocery retailer and distributor; Pick 'n Save, Copps Food Center, Rainbow Foods, and Metro Market; see photo album page available photo album page
  • Sensient: colors, flavors, frangrances; food, beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, ink, chemicals; 2009 revenue $1.2 billion
  • Wheaton HC: health care
  • Wisconsin Energy: Wisconsin Energy Corporation; a holding company with subsidiaries engaged in electric generation; electric, gas, steam and water distribution; pump manufacturing and other non-utility businesses; parent of We Energies; 2009 revenue $4.1 billion; see photo album page available photo album page
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