The Top Twenty-Two High-Performance Organic Growth Companies

Recent corporate financial scandals have called into question the quality of corporate earnings, yet some big companies thrive and prosper by consistently producing high-quality organic, homegrown profits.

A new book by Edward D. Hess identifies and profiles the top twenty-two High-Performance Organic Growth Companies in his book “The Road to Organic Growth: How Great Companies Consistently Grow Marketshare from Within”, a McGraw-Hill book, to be released February 2007, ISBN: 0071475257)

The top High-Performance Organic Growth Companies are:

American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.

Automatic Data Processing, Inc.

Bed Bath & Beyond, Inc.

Best Buy Co., Inc.

Brinker International, Inc.

EOG Resources, Inc.

Family Dollar Stores, Inc.

Gentex Corporation

Harley-Davidson, Inc.

Mylan Laboratories, Inc.

NVR, Inc.

Omnicom Group, Inc.

Outback Steakhouse, Inc.


Ross Stores, Inc.

Stryker Corporation

SYSCO Corporation

Tiffany & Company

Total Systems Services, Inc. (TSYS)

Walgreen Co.

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Waters Corporation

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