- Since 1960, the value of the Standard & Poor's 500 grew 100-fold, assuming the reinvestment of dividends. During that same period, the value of Koch Industries grew nearly 3,500-fold, using the same assumptions.
- Contributing to the financial strength of Koch Industries is the shareholders' long-time policy of reinvesting 90 percent of earnings.
- Market-Based Management®, the business philosophy of Koch Industries, enables organizations to succeed long term by applying the principles that allow free societies to prosper.
- Koch companies employ or support the jobs of more than 203,000 people in the U.S., according to the independent research firm Harrah Analytics.
Based in Wichita, Kan., Koch Industries, Inc. is one of the largest private companies in America. It owns a diverse group of companies involved in refining, chemicals and biofuels; process and pollution control equipment and technologies; minerals; fertilizers; polymers and fibers; commodity trading and services; forest and consumer products; and ranching. Koch companies have a presence in nearly 60 countries and employ about 60,000 people. Since 2003, Koch companies have invested about $45 billion in acquisitions and other capital expenditures.
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