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Important acquisition by Loomis in the USA

Thursday, 31 March 2011
The Swedish cash handling company Loomis’ US subsidiary has reached an agreement to acquire the cash handling business of the American company Pendum LLC.

Swedish defence group Saab receives an orders worth Sk221 million
Thursday, 31 March 2011

International automotive component group (IAC) stops supplying Saab
Thursday, 31 March 2011
The International automotive component group known here in short as IAC Group is one of Saab's biggest contractors and has said that it will stop delivery to the company over payment issues.

Saab automobile seeking more EIB loans to easy financial strain

Thursday, 31 March 2011
The Swedish Debt Office on Thursday granted additional guarantees for Saab’s application for more European Investment Bank (EIB) loans. Within two weeks, the company would likely be receiving new money in its treasury.

Russian Financier, Antonov has applied to become a shareholder in Saab

Wednesday, 30 March 2011
The Russian financier Vladimir Antonov has filed a formal application to the Swedish Debt Office to enter a shareholding in Saab Automobile according to latest developments in the Saab automobile saga.

Schenker resumes delivers to Saab after payments were met

Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Schenker and Saab on Wednesday agreed on the debts Saab owe them and shipments have begun to roll.

Volvo truck resumes hiring in the U.S.

Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Things are improving for Volvo Trucks  and it is re-employ 700 people at its plant in New River Valley, in Virginia, USA, writes AB Volvo in a statement.

Schenker, the delivery company that dealt the stunning blow to Saab as it vows to continue halting deliveries to the Saab
Wednesday, 30 March 2011
The delivery company, DB Schenker is the one which dealt the strategic blow to Saab yesterday by simply stopping deliveries of key parts and components to Saab Automobile since it received no payments for its services, according to the company's press officer Pierre Olsson to Swedish news Agency TT.

Saab operations normal after yesterday’s interruption

Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Production in the Saab Automobile factory in Trollhättan, near Gothenburg Sweden rolled on as usual on Wednesday morning after Tuesday's stop, according to press spokesman Thomas Schulz.

Alfa Laval wins SEK 60 million power order in Germany

Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Alfa Laval – a world leader in heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling – has received an order in Germany for oil treatment modules to a big diesel power plant project. The order value is about SEK 60 million and delivery is scheduled for 2012.

Extreme discriminatory pay for Stena Line workers based on racial orientation

Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Swedish Stena Line, one of the world's leading ferry companies, has come under scrutiny and a strong revelation has emerged from the company’s racial profiling and treatment of its workers – especially those with non European background.

Saab was forced to stop production - why

Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Troubled Swedish car maker, Saab Automobile is reported to have problems paying its subcontractors.  For this reason, deliveries to the company were reported to have been compromised on Tuesday at the company’s factory in Trollhattan near Gothenburg, Sweden.

Volvo will start selling hybrid trucks Tuesday, 29 March 2011
Volvo Trucks is launching the sale of heavy-duty hybrid trucks, the Volvo FE Hybrid, in selected markets in Europe.

Volvo Car Corporation wants to recruit more

Tuesday, 29 March 2011
It is going well with Volvocar Corporation now and the Chinese owned Swedish based automaker want to expand its work force.

Contractors and suppliers worried about Saab’s future?

Monday, 28 March 2011
Since the announcement of the resignation of Saab’s CEO Jan Ake Jonsson, supplier and feeders to the company are seeking clarification about the future of their relationship with Saab automobile.

DnB Nor's mortgage customers to SEB

Monday, 28 March 2011
SEB takes over DnB Nor's stock of housing loans to private customers in Sweden.

Artelon® CMC Soft cleared for marketing in Europe

Västra Frölunda, Sweden, March 28, 2011
In collaboration with Small Bone Innovations (SBi), Artimplant has developed a new product in the Artelon® Spacer range with a similar user-friendly textile design to Artelon® Tissue Reinforcement (ATR).

Swedish Vattenfall wants to sue the German government
Monday, 28 March 2011
Swedish energy giant, Vattenfall is about to sue the German government as a result of the German government's decision to stop seven of its 17 nuclear reactors, reports the British  business daily, Financial Times.

Chinese companies put Swedish companies under increasing pressure
Monday, 28 March 2011
Swedish companies are finding it increasingly hard to compete in China because companies there are becoming increasingly competitive in costs and cheap capital from the Chinese state, latest survey shows

Swedish domestic airliners are using unfair terms in flights

Monday, 28 March 2011
Airlines flying domestic routes in Sweden are using unfair terms, according to a recent report by the Swedish Consumer Agency.

Saab automobile CEO Muller: We may need more capital

Friday, 25 March 2011
Saab Automobile may need more capital in 2011. But this could not be a very big issue as previously feared.

How the Scania CEO basks in explosive wage paradise

Friday, 25 March 2011
Scania CEO Leif Ostling last year received a total earning contribution of Skr25,3 million, of which Skr16.5 million was variable salary from two different frequent flyer programs.

Jan Åke Jonsson give way at Saab automobi

Friday, 25 March 2011
Saab Automobile's Managing Director,  Jan Åke Jonsson is ending his career in the company as CEO.
The company announced on Friday that the Mr. Åke Jonsson will leave the company and that Spyker CEO Victor Muller willact as interim CEO.

Sampo takes over the chair of Nordea but head office remains in Sweden
Thursday, 24 March 2011
The Finnish business community might have hopped that Nordea will relocateit head quarter to Finland after the Finnish financial giant; Sampo took over the chair of the company. But as at today, the company's  head office will remain in Stockholm.

Finnair gives profit warning.

Thursday, 24 March 2011
Finnish flag carrier Finnair expects its profit to weaken due to the natural disaster in Japan and conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa. The company gave the warning on Thursday.

Nokia's Chairman speaks out about the failures of the company for he first time

Thursday, 24 March 2011
The dynamic business climate in the U.S. west coast has been the main factor for the failure of Nokia in the market for mobile phones at the expense of smartphones, according to Nokia Chairman Jorma Ollila, in a recent interview.

Finnish train operator, VR order more train cars

Thursday, 24 March 2011
Finnish railway company, VR is ordering new double-decker coaches from the Finnish company Transtech. The order is worth EUR 90 million.

Russian billionaire, Antonov planning a Swedish bank business

Thursday, 24 March 2011
Russian financier, Vladimir Antonov has freed up much capital and is planning to start a bank in Sweden. Also the process of investing and operating the Saab automobile is still underway.

Alfa Laval wins SEK 75 million refinery order in Saudi Arabia

Thursday, 24 March 2011
Alfa Laval – a world leader in heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling – has received an order for Alfa Laval Packinox heat exchangers to a refinery in Saudi Arabia. The order value is about SEK 75 million and delivery is scheduled for 2012.

Investigation launched against Swedish state energy giant Vaterfall

Wednesday, 23 March 2011
Remember recently it was announced that the Swedish government sacked the Chairman of the energy giant Vattefall for alleged misappropriation. On Wednesday it was announced that   that the country’s anti-corruption unit is initiating an investigation on the company’s management on grounds that Vattenfall's board paid golden parachute of Skr12 million to former CEO LarsJosefsson.

Volvo Car Corporation is taking over Pininfarina factory

Volvo Cars has now confirmed to Goteborg Postern news paper that it will take over part of the Pininfarina plant in Uddevalla, western Gothenburg. This transfer of ownership is expected to stake place in 2013

ABB wins Indian giant orders
Wednesday, 23 March 2011
ABB has taken an Indian major order valued at $ 900million, about Skr5.7 billion, writes the power and automation technology group in a statement.

How Swedish banks make money from exorbitant Mortgages and fees

Wednesday, 23 March 2011
Every week various banks would announce either increasing or decreasing their mortgage interest rates. When the country’s repo rates was extremely low banks charged higher rates to feed a new Swedish culture of home ownership.  This is how this addiction, by the Swedes to own their homes has made the banks to develop means to profit from it.

Ericsson laying off 400 workers in  Stockholm

Wednesday, 23 March 2011
Telekom Group Ericsson is laying off 400 employees in Stockholm and around 50 jobs in Gothenburg will also go. At the same time, the company wants to recruit 250 engineers.

Volvocar owner, Geely's profit fell unexpectedly
Wednesday, 23 March 2011
Geely Automobile Holding, the owner of Volvocars Corporation in Sweden has seen its   second half of 2010’s profits diving very deep, lower than expected.

Volvo aims to resume production in Japan to meet increasing part demand

Tuesday, 22 March 2011
Production of trucks, in the Swedish subsidiary in Japan the UD Trucks with in the Tokyo area can be started on a limited scale next week, writes the AB Volvo said in a statement.

Improved performance for Arlanda Express
Tuesday, 22 March 2011
Arlanda Express, the high speed transport system between the Stockholm Arlanda airport and the city reported a profit before tax of Skr56 million for 2010.

Fund management company Cicero warned by the Swedish FSA with impressive fine

Monday, 21 March 2011
Fund management Company Cicero has been warned by the Swedish FSA (Finansinspektionen) in a typical Swedish way which will see the company cough out a penalty of Skr3.5 million.

Volvo Cars Risks production interruption

Monday, 21 March 2011
Volvo Cars' production in Gothenburg can be interrupted next week as situation in Japan means increased uncertainty about the availability of electronic parts.

Vestas in trouble in the U.S.

Monday, 21 March 2011
Danish Wind Turbines Company Vestas is in trouble in the US as a pension fund has sued Vestas Wind Systems in a federal court in Colorado, USA, with claiming compensation due to changes in accounting practices, write Vestas said in a statement.

Securitas accused of slave conditions for its employees in India

Monday, 21 March 2011
Swedish security company, Securitas, employs about 280 000 people worldwide but these employees are treated as very different and in an anti union manner according to a new accusation heaped on the company.

Skanska wins major Brazilian orders

Monday, 21 March 2011
Construction Company Skanska has been commissioned to modernize and expand an existing building and a new lubricant plant in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

SJ boss earned four million

Monday, 21 March 2011
Swedish state owned Rail Company SJ's CEO Jan Forsberg last year earned Skr 3.9 million, an increase of 3.7 percent from the year before.

Large Swedish companies enjoyed some of the best profitability last year

Sunday, 20 March 2011
Sweden's large companies reported a better operating year last year than seen for a very long time the country’s industrial operations. Whey and how

Electrolux named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies 2011
Friday, 18 March 2011
Electrolux has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the companies in the ranking World’s Most Ethical Companies 2011

Cardo applies for delisting

Friday, 18 March 2011
ASSA ABLOY’s public offer for Cardo AB (publ) (”Cardo” or the ”Company”) was declared unconditional on March 10 2011.

Japanese Disaster strikes at the heart of Swedish company

Friday, 18 March 2011
The spill over effects caused by the nuclear meltdown in Japan will largely affect some Swedish companies, directly.  Some key Swedish companies that are leading players in the nuclear energy sector will be forced to loose contracts as the sector gripped tight with uncertainty

Increased inflation concerns of Swedish businesses

Thursday, 17 March 2011
Inflation expectations among Swedish entrepreneurs are rising sharply. Expectations of price increases of their own company's products rise however to a much lesser extent according to latest survey.

BE Group is closing the Danish operation

Wednesday, 16 March 2011
BE Group, the Nordic region’s leading independent trading and service company in steel, stainless steel and aluminium, is closing its operation in Denmark. It consists of a sales office in Copenhagen with seven employees.

Biotage’s request for re-examination US Patent and Trademark Office has rejected all claims in US patent 7,381,327

Olof Persson appointed new CEO of Volvo AB

Wednesday, 16 March 2011
Volvo AB has made a new appointment of its CEO. He is Olof Persson appointed to the position according to latest information from the company in a statement. He will start as the boss on September 1 and will replace Leif Johansson, who announced his departure from the company recently.

Volvo expands construction equipment investment in the U.S.
Tuesday, 15 March 2011
Volvo Construction Equipment is investing heavily in the U.S.. Within the next few years, Skr100 million (approximately $635 million) will be invested in the facility in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, where wheel loaders, excavators and dump trucks will be manufactured.

Ericsson moves hundreds of workers from Japan

Tuesday, 15 March 2011
Ericsson has decided to temporarily move out about between 250 to 300 foreign employees and their dependents from its operations in Japan because of the prevailing situation in the country.

Swedish companies are prepared to provide emergency relief in Japan

Tuesday, 15 March 2011
Several Swedish companies in Japan will contribute to the relief efforts in the country. As days go by, the companies are beginning to get their hands into the situation after the disaster and are ready to provide a had in the reconstruction.

Autoliv’s employees and plants in Japan safe

March 14, 2011
In response to many questions about the effect of the Japanese earthquake, Autoliv Inc. (NYSE: ALV and SSE: ALIV) – the global leader in automotive safety systems – provides the following summary of the situation for its Japanese operations.

Saab divest holdings in South Africa

Monday, 14 March 2011
Defence group Saab divests its holding of 42.4 percent in systems engineering company Grintek Ewation to Cassidian, which is a division of EADS.

Trelleborg invests in Brazil

Monday, 14 March 2011
Swedish industrial group Trelleborg buys the operations of a subsidiary of Veyance Technologies in Brazilian. The operation is in the oil and gas sector

New Danish partner at Altor Equity Partners

Friday, 11 March 2011
Søren Johansen, who has been with Kromann Reumert for 22 years, since 2007 as Managing Partner, takes over responsibility for Altor Equity Partners' activities in Denmark

How Scandinavian Companies are coping with the Japanese quake

>>>Enter Swedish companies

Friday, 11 March 2011
The powerful tsunamis that hit Japan which swept away people, animals, houses, cars, and ships - everything in its path, in which at least 26 people reportedly killed will be hard to quantify. But how are Scandinavian companies operating there faring?

Fagerhult acquires Design plan Lighting Ltd

Friday, 11 March 2011
In order to further strengthen the Fagerhult Group position in the UK market as well as adding a complementary product range for the international market, Fagerhult has acquired 100 % of the shares of Designplan Lighting Ltd (Designplan) based in Sutton, the UK

Skype Co-Founder Invests in Angry Birds

Friday, 11 March 2011
Rovio, creator of the smartphone game sensation Angry Birds, has announced a 42 million dollar investment in the company.

Samsung could use disenchanting Nokia workers to tighten it strategy

Friday, 11 March 2011
Samsung appears to be trying to tempt Nokia engineers unhappy with the company’s recent strategic shift to come and work with Samsung’s own operating system, reports Reuters.

Businessmen arrested in relation to Kaupthing collapse have been released

Thursday, 10 March 2011
British real estate tycoons Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz who were arrested in relation t the collapse of Icelandic bank Kaupthing have been reportedly released.

Seroquel bombshell for Astra Zeneca

Thursday, 10 March 2011
The pharmaceutical company Astra Zeneca agrees to pay $68,5milluion nearly Skr440 million in a settlement with 37 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.


SKF in collaboration with China-airlines

Thursday, 10 March 2011
Bearings giant SKF has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Chinese CITIC Pacific Special Steel.

New German top jobs for SEB’s CEO, Falkengren

Thursday, 10 March 2011
The CEO of the Swedish banks, SEB has been appointed to the board of Munich Re, according to reports in various Swedish presses on Thursday.

Antonov sees Saab automobile in a financial mess with a very short time

Thursday, 10 March 2011
Russian Financier, Vladimir Antonov does not think that Saab Automobile will meet this year's sales targets as such the need for more capital to keep the company afloat would be required. This extra needed cash could be the capital he is willing to invest into the company according to various Swedish media sources.

Skandia signals “the layoff” word to 300 staff

Wednesday, 09 March 2011
Skandia, describe itself as a leading global supplier of solutions for financial security and long-term savings. But it will now mess up the lives of 300 of its workers.

Rumours that German budget store chain Lidl may leave Sweden and Denmark

Wednesday, 09 March 2011
German food chain Lidl’s Nordic operations are in a state of uncertainty. There is speculation now that the chains may sell its operations in both Sweden and Denmark, according to various Swedish media sources.

Nine people arrested in relation of the with the Icelandic banks in London and Iceland

Wednesday, 09 March 2011
British and Icelandic police arrested on Wednesday, nine people, including the well-known businessmen and brothers Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz, as part of the investigation into the Icelandic bank Kaupthing's collapse in autumn 2008.

Continuous decline in interest of venture capital for Swedish new companies

Wednesday, 09 March 2011
Private equity investments in Swedish start-ups or the Swedish growth companies, known as venture investments, fell last year for the third consecutive year.

Nowegian cave new flight routes from Landvetter in Gothenburg

Wednesday, 09 March 2011
The airline Norwegian is opening seven new routes from Gothenburg Landvetter Airport near Gothenburg, Sweden and to usher in more flight routes from Sweden


Swedish Companies upbeat about future expectations

Wednesday, 09 March 2011
The growth rate of the Swedish companies rose in early 2011 after a slowdown at the end of last year, and expectations for six months from now rose to a new peak.

Clas Ohlson reports a slightly better than expected results

Wednesday, 09 March 2011
Home do it your self trading concern, Clas Ohlson reported an operating profit in the third quarter (November-January) in the split fiscal year 2010/2011 amounted to Skr 270 million This is against Skr290 million similar period last year

Goldmine for Welfare private equity giants operations in Sweden
Wednesday, 09 March 2011
Private equity firms are making intense profits from the Swedish welfare system today more that ever observed in the past.


SKF expanding rapidly in China – builds more new factory

Tuesday, 08 March 2011
Bearings manufacturer SKF is expanding in China and to confirm its grip in that market, it is currently building a new factory in Jinan in China's Shandong province. This is the thirteenth factory the company is building the country.

High Optimism among Swedish small business owners.

Tuesday, 08 March 2011
Swedish small business owners see a positive future. More than half believe that their own returns will increase this year and nearly four in ten feel that profitability will be better than average.

Swedish Radio launches Radioleaks inspired by Wikileaks

Tuesday, 08 March 2011
Swedish Radio has launched a service where people can leave confidential information anonymously. The purpose is to expose abuses of power and corruption in various organisations and the society at large.

Paper machine in Spain to close 31 March

Tuesday, 08 March 2011
Holmen has decided on the date for closure of the smaller paper machine, PM 61, at the mill in Madrid.

Boon for banking giant Swedbank as the demise of Lehman Brother brings a gain of SEK 1.3billion

Tuesday, 08 March 2011

Swedbank reports recoveries and positive one-off items amounting to SEK1.3 billion, of which SEK720 million refers to the net outcome of a transaction agreed with the bankruptcy estate of Lehman Brothers, and SEK 540 million refers to loan recoveries made during the period January - February 2011.

Discrimination and corruption in the Swedish construction industry threatens competition

Monday, 07 March 2011
A study shows that there is widespread concern that there is corruption in the Swedish construction industry. The surveyed companies' financial officers list string of risks that they consider anti – competition.

Atlas Copco completes J.C. Carter acquisition

Monday, 07 March 2011
Atlas Copco Mafi-Trench LLC, USA, has completed the acquisition of the pump business of J.C. Carter LLC, headquartered in California, USA.

Internet Telephony service Skype wants to cash in on ads
Monday, 07 March 2011
Young players such as Facebook are cashing in on advertisements on their sites so why not skype?

Many managers and organizations' heads are unhappy with their jobs

Monday, 07 March 2011
Many managers in Swedish and comparative countries  big companies are not satisfied with their job, a recent study show which also note that the managers are not willing to quite their jobs or the companies.

How to make money from owing a private school in Sweden

Monday, 07 March 2011
Swedish Private schools hand out million to owners in profits from running private schools.

HiQ signs new framework agreement with three Finnish government agencies

Monday, 07 March 2011
HiQ has signed a new framework agreement with the Finnish Agency of Rural Affairs and its purchasing parties. The new four-year agreement gives HiQ the status of the preferred supplier in quality assurance services.

Investor and EQT, deal on multi-billion dollar business

Monday, 07 March 2011
Medical technology company Gambro, owned by Investor and EQT, sells Caridian BCT to Japanese Terumo Corporation.

Swedes cheated by a Spanish flight attendant school in a very strong conspiracy
Saturday, 05 March 2011
A dozen Swedes, recruited by a Swedish representative of  a school that trains flight attendant in Spain have abandoned their dreams to become flight attendants as it turns out that the Spanish school and its Swedish agents are in a very string mafia-like conspiracy to scam unsuspected student.

Sony Ericsson will increase R & D in China - not in Lund
Saturday, 05 March 2011
Sony Ericsson will be constricting its research and development activities in Sweden and will be expanding more in China instead. As big china continues to swallow little Sweden, it is just a matter of time the Chinese own all major Swedish companies and the few that will be left will weakly move there.

Ikea upbeat about the company’s growth plans despite dodgy tax policy revelations
Saturday, 05 March 2011
Ikea which has been in the news recently in Sweden for the wrong reasons continued to be upbeat about their future operations and reveal power growth plan according to latest interview with CEO.

Restaurants in Sweden are breaking the law and might be sectioned when caught
Saturday, 05 March 2011
Most restaurants in the Stockholm region which obtained Swedish Migration Board's permission to import workers are cheating. They dump salaries and knowingly violate the law and collective agreements.

Telecom giants bullied their way to dominate Swedish radio transmission auctions
Saturday, 05 March 2011
Telia Sonera, Net4Mobility and Hi3G Access won licenses for the new Swedish government’s auction of the 800 megahertz band in Sweden to be used in expanding broadband into the rural areas and other home without the facility.

Continuous improving Swedish business climate – rise in start-ups
Friday, 04 March 2011
The amount of new company start –ups in Sweden continue to shoot up reflecting the great business climate the country is now enjoying.

Polish billionaire can knock off TeliaSonera from Telecom companies bid
Friday, 04 March 2011
The Polish billionaire Zygmunt Solorz-Zak is reported to have placed the highest indicative offer of $6.3billion, on the Polish mobile operator Polkomtel, the highest in the first round bid for the purchase of the operator.

Saab Gripen receives Order to update its system
Thursday, 03 March 2011
Defence and security company Saab has received an order from the Swedish Defence Material Administration

Out going Volvo Boss nominated New Ericsson President
Thursday, 03 March 2011
Telecom Company is attracted to out going Volvo boss and they are nominating him as their new president to succeed Michael Treschow.


Wednesday, 02 March 2011
Dairy giant Arla may merge with the German leader.

Saab automobile working hard to shake off the Swedish government off its back

First woman nominated to ABB Board

SKF signs partnership agreement worth millions

The future of Brazil interest in the purchase of Saab Gripen postponed as Brazil tight defence spending

Tuesday, 01 March 2011
Lagercrantz Group acquires Svensk Stålinredning

Sony Ericsson will sell the Xperia Play in China

Accent Equity acquires Autotube from Latour

HiQ helped Com Hem upgrade Stockholm network

Saab impresses with increased sales

Cybercom develops infotainment system with Saab

Monday, 28 February 2011
Lithuania seeing increasingly strong economic growth

SKF awarded wind power contract in China

Swedish Consumer Ombudsman to sue Telecom giant tele2
Sunday, 27 February 2011

Friday, 25 February 2011
Volvo workers welcome the news about China Investment and expansion

Swedish Christian Democrat party would want to dissolve SJ Board

Aerocrine prevails in patent infringement suit against Medisoft

Volvo expands sales network in China

Thursday, 24 February 2011
Boliden starting up gold mine

Spyker selling its business Vladimir Antonov

Volvocars confirm Chinese growth plans by investing Skr4 billion

Wednesday, 23 February 2011
SEB Liv acquires Irish company

Juck mails and Spam flood hit Sweden

Swedbank in the Baltic targeted by super hackers as training for big hacking project
Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Swedish energy giant Vaterfall on the way For big asset sale
Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Nokia expects to remain in an uncertain situation for a while but some strong believe it will bounce back
Sunday, 20 February 2011



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Goteborg
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swedish far right movement
Protest against far right growth in sweden

Iceland
Icelandic Capital  Reykjavík has seen a hard time since the economic crisis and the collapse to its strongest banks


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9 Microsoft
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16 Starbucks
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22 Target
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27 Caterpillar
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30 UPS
31 Nestlé
32 Intel
33 Toyota Motor
34 Exxon Mobil
35 Volkswagen
36 Best Buy
37 Marriott International
38 Samsung Electronics
39 Deere
40 Netflix
41 Wells Fargo
42 Honda Motor
43 DuPont
44 Yum Brands
45 eBay
46 Sony
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