The FSB 100 Hall of Fame

5 businesses that scored big after appearing on Fortune Small Business' annual list of the fastest-growing small public companies in America.

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Unit (UNT)
Unit (<a href='/quote/quote.html?symb=UNT'>UNT</a>)
Unit, a contract drilling company based in Tulsa, started out in the No. 31 spot on our 2003 FSB 100 list with revenue of $187.6 million. Unit has since expanded its operations to 10 different states, diversifying across multiple industry segments. Revenues hit $1.16 billion in 2007.
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