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National CineMedia (NCM) puts on its show before the real show starts at the movies (and even before the previews of coming attractions). Through its NCM Cinema Network, the company distributes in-theater advertising on about 20,150 movie screens across the US. NCM also produces and distributes FirstLook, a pre-show entertainment program and entertainment industry infomercial. Additionally, the company provides advertising to theater lobbies on its Lobby Entertainment Network (LEN). Major NCM shareholders include theater operators Regal Entertainment, AMC Entertainment, and Cinemark.
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Foot Locker leads the pack in the race to capture the biggest share of the global athletic footwear market. The company is a leading retailer of athletic shoes and apparel, with more than 3,400 specialty stores mostly in US malls, but also in 20-plus countries in North America and Europe, as well as in Australia, and New Zealand.
The TJX Companies operates nearly 3,400 stores worldwide under half a dozen retail brand names, including the two largest off-price clothing retailers in the US: T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, which operate 2,000-plus stores nationwide.
The Bon-Ton Stores was founded in 1898 by the Grumbacher family. Today the company operates some 270 department stores under seven nameplates, including the Bon-Ton, Elder-Beerman, and Carson Pirie Scott banners, in more than two dozen states.
Total Wine & More is a family-owned, privately held alcohol retailer American alcohol retailer founded and led by brothers David and Robert Trone. Total Wine & More is the largest U.S. independent retailer of fine wine and a four-time national Retailer of the Year. The company is headquartered in Potomac, Maryland.
A privately held corporation based in Concord, California, selling mainly alcoholic beverages. The company was founded in January 1994 as Beverages & More! in the San Francisco Bay Area, and re-branded as "BevMo!" in January 2001. By October 2009, the company had 100 stores in Arizona and California. As of September 2013, the number had expanded to 148 stores, including nine in Washington state.
Keeping the drive-in burger joint alive sounds like a good idea to this company. Sonic Corp. operates the largest chain of quick-service drive-ins in the US, with more than 3,500 locations throughout the country. The company operates and has a majority interest in about 410 of the restaurants, while the rest are operated by franchisees.
YUM! Brands is the largest fast-food operator in the world in terms of number of locations, with more than 41,000 outlets in about 125 countries. The company's flagship chains include #1 chicken fryer KFC (with more than 19,400 units), top pizza joint Pizza Hut (more than 15,600), and quick-service Mexican leader Taco Bell (more than 6,200).
One of the world's largest hospitality firms, Wyndham Worldwide includes a portfolio of some 7,700 franchised hotels worldwide through its lodging segment, which includes 15 familiar brands, such as Days Inn, Howard Johnson, Ramada, and Super 8. Wyndham also operates a vacation exchange and rentals segment, which has a relationship with some 100,000 vacation exchange and rental properties in about 100 countries.
Begun in 1946 by hotelier M. K. Guertin and named for its California origins, Best Western has more than 4,000 independently owned and operated hotels throughout the globe (including nearly 2,200 in North America), making it the world's largest hotel brand (by number of rooms). Best Western is organized as a not-for-profit membership association, with most of its sales coming from monthly fees and annual dues.
National Oilwell Varco is an American multinational corporation based in Greater Sharpstown, Houston, Texas. It is a leading worldwide provider of equipment and components used in oil and gas drilling and production operations, oilfield services, and supply chain integration services to the upstream oil and gas industry. The company conducts operations in more than 1,200 locations
One of the largest oilfield services companies in the world, Halliburton serves the upstream oil and gas industry in 80 countries with a complete range of services, from the location of hydrocarbons to the production of oil and gas. It operates in two segments: Drilling and Evaluation and Completion and Production. Services include providing production optimization, drilling evaluation, fluid services, and oilfield drilling software and consulting.
BP, also referred to by its former name British Petroleum, is one of the world's seven "supermajor" oil and gas companies. It is a British multinational company, headquartered in London, England. It is a vertically integrated company operating in all areas of the oil and gas industry, including exploration and production, refining, distribution and marketing, petrochemicals, power generation and trading. It also has renewable energy interests in biofuels and wind power.
Phillips 66 is one of the largest independent refiners in the US and the world by sales (though rival Valero Energy leads it by capacity). The company has global refining and marketing, midstream, and chemical operations. It has a crude processing capacity of more than 3.6 million barrels per day, and it sells fuel at about 8,600 retail outlets in the US and Europe under such brands as 76, Conoco, JET, and Phillips 66.
Springleaf Financial, previously known as American General Finance, is a company whose primary business is consumer lending, credit insurance, and other credit related products. Its corporate headquarters are in Evansville, Indiana, with roughly 900 branch locations in 25 states, the United Kingdom, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
American Electric Power (AEP) is one of the largest power generators and distributors in the U.S., serving millions of customers throughout middle America. AEP owns the nation's largest electricity transmission system and uses Hughes' satellite technology to monitor a number of remote substations for Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) communications.
One of North America’s leading providers of natural gas infrastructure, Spectra Energy has thousands of miles of pipeline to monitor to ensure efficient operation and safety. Spectra Energy uses Hughes broadband satellite technology to monitor a number of their remote pipelines for Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) communications.
With some 1,400 supermarkets and discount grocery stores in 17 states from Maine to Georgia, the holding company is one of the largest supermarket operators on the East Coast. Delhaize Group established its US subsidiary in 1999.
Safeway is one of the nation's largest food retailers, with some 1,326 stores located mostly in the western, midwestern, and mid-Atlantic regions of the US.
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