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2 SAS 3.6% 6,588
3 The Boston Consulting Group 10.7% 2,552
4 Edward Jones 7.2% 38,015
5 Quicken Loans 46.2% 8,386
6 Genentech 7.6% 11,998
7 Salesforce.com 23.1% 6,739
8 Intuit 4.4% 7,728
9 Robert W. Baird & Co. 3.3% 2,704
10 DPR Construction -1% 1,356
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