America's fastest growing companies ranked by stock growth and state.
|Rank||Company Name||City||Revenues ($mm)|
|1||Jazz Pharmaceuticals||Dublin, IE||680|
|3||Questcor Pharmaceuticals||Anaheim, CA||548|
|4||On Assignment||Calabasas, CA||1,472|
|5||3D Systems||Rock Hill, SC||378|
|6||CVR Energy||Sugar Land, TX||8,951|
|7||Virtus Investment Partners||Hartford, CT||304|
|8||IPG Photonics||Oxford, MA||581|
|10||Green Mountain Coffee Roasters||Waterbury, VT||4,160|
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