| Greensboro has been home to a host of traditional, diversified manufacturing enterprises that include electronics, furniture making, textile fabrication and tobacco growing and processing. In recent decades its economy has diversified to become a hub of insurance service companies. Both Jefferson-Pilot Corporation (a major U.S. provider of life insurance, annuities, pension plans, and mutual funds for individuals and groups) and United Guaranty Corp. (mortgage insurance) have their headquarters in Greensboro. It is also a "center of operations" for the insurance company Lincoln Financial Group. City-Data.com Info Source
Notable companies headquartered in Greensboro include the Honda Aircraft Company, Lorillard Tobacco Company, VF Corporation, Syngenta Crop Protection, Mack Trucks, Volvo Trucks of North America, the International Textile Group, NewBridge Bank, Cook Out, Biscuitville, and Gilbarco Veeder-Root (service station equipment fabrication). Manufacturers of electronics such as Analog Devices, A M P Inc. and RF Micro Devices have facilities in Greensboro.
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and North Carolina A&T State University have opened a joint research park, Gateway University Research Park as Greensboro leaders are working to attract new businesses in the nanotech, high-tech and transportation/logistics sectors.
According to the City's 2008 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the top employers in the city are: Stanislaus County (4,747 employees); E & J Gallo Winery (3,345 employees); Greensboro City Schools (3,200 employees); Signature Fruit Company (2,900 employees); Memorial Medical Center (2,682 employees); Del Monte Foods (2,600 employees); Stanislaus Food Products (2,259 employees); Doctors Medical Center (2,066 employees); Foster Farms (1,813 employees); and, City of Greensboro (1,614 employees). Greensboro Info Source
With over 27,000 employees, basicleigh marketing is reported as Greensboro's largest employer by acinet.org. Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital is reported to have 8,000 employees.
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