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2013 Large Companies

2013 Large Companies

A look at the Top Workplaces 2013 Large Company winners from WorkplaceDynamics' annual survey of companies in the Philadelphia area.

A look at the Top Workplaces 2013 Large Company winners from WorkplaceDynamics' annual survey of companies in the Philadelphia area.
Rank Size Band Company Founded Ownership Sector Locations Employees
1 Large Keller Williams Realty 1983 Partnership Agents / Brokers 20 2030
2 Large Toll Brothers, Inc. 1967 Public Residential 6 731
3 Large PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP 1874 Partnership Professional Services 1 1370
4 Large SAP America, Inc. 1972 Private Enterprise Software 1 2387
5 Large SugarHouse Casino 2010 Private Casino Entertainment 1 1102
6 Large Reed Technology & Information Services 1966 Public Professional services 1 660
7 Large MossRehab 1900 Non-profit Rehabilitation hospital 17 1002
8 Large The Vanguard Group 1975 Cooperative/Mutual Financial Services 1 9670
9 Large Mastery Charter Schools 1991 Non-profit Non-profit 11 848
10 Large ACTS Retirement-Life Communities, Inc. 1971 Non-profit Non-profit 10 1215
11 Large SPIN 1970 Non-profit Human Services 7 811
12 Large FMC Corporation 1884 Public Manufacture - Industrial Goods 2 689
13 Large The Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia 1855 Non-profit Non-profit 58 11388
14 Large DaVita Inc. 2000 Public Health Center/Clinic 30 1691
15 Large Rothman Institute 1970 Private Physicians Practice 21 644
16 Large Dorman Products Inc. 1978 Public Wholesale Distribution 1 585
17 Large Philadelphia Insurance Companies 1962 Private General Insurance 1 643
18 Large Center For Family Services, Inc. 1920 Non-profit Human services 53 751
19 Large Comcast Corporation 1963 Public Cable 109 10713
20 Large AmerisourceBergen Corporation 2001 Public Vendor Serving Healthcare Industry 3 1100

"Ride-share" services Uber and Lyft won temporary authority on Thursday to operate in Pittsburgh and surrounding Allegheny County. In another development, taxi cabs in Philadelphia will be required to install security cameras this year, following approval Thursday by the state Independent Regulatory Review Commission.
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