| San Antonio has a diversified economy with four primary focuses: financial services, government, health care, and tourism. Located northwest of the city center is the South Texas Medical Center, which is a conglomerate of various hospitals, clinics, and research (Southwest Research Institute) and higher educational institutions.
The city is also home to one of the largest military concentrations in the United States (home to Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Air Force Base, Randolph Air Force Base, and Brooks City-Base, with Camp Bullis and Camp Stanley outside the city). The defense industry in San Antonio employs over 89,000 people.
Of the 140 Fortune Global 500 companies headquartered in the US, San Antonio is home to two: Valero Energy Corp #33, and Tesoro Petroleum Corp #317. In addition to these two, San Antonio is home to three other Fortune 500 companies: USAA, Clear Channel Communications and NuStar Energy. H-E-B, the 19th largest private company in the United States is also headquartered in San Antonio. Other companies headquartered in San Antonio are: Kinetic Concepts, Frost National Bank, Harte-Hanks, Bill Miller Bar-B-Q Enterprises, Taco Cabana, Whataburger, Builders Square, and Rackspace. Other large companies that operate regional headquarters in the city include: Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, Toyota, Medtronic, Caterpillar Inc., AT&T, West Corporation, Citigroup, Boeing, QVC, and Lockheed Martin. San Antonio Info Source
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