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13 Texas firms make Fortune’s ‘Best to work for’ list

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Texas came in second only to California in Fortune magazine’s annual list of the 100 best companies to work for. Winners headquartered in Texas were:

Austin—National Instruments and Whole Foods

Dallas/Fort Worth
—Alcon Laboratories, The Container Store, Shared Technologies, TDI Industries, Texas Instruments

Houston—Camden Property Trust, David Weekly Homes, EOG Resources, Methodist Hospital Center

San Antonio—Rackspace Managed Hosting, Valero Energy.

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