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McKesson, Nation's Sixth Largest Company, is Moving Corporate HQ from California to Irving

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    McKesson, Nation's Sixth Largest Company, is Moving Corporate HQ from California to Irving
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    SAN FRANCISCO - JUNE 4: The McKesson corporate headquarters is seen June 4, 2003 in San Francisco, California. Charles McCall, the former Chairman of the Board of Directors of McKesson HBOC, and Jay Lapine, the former Corporate General Counsel of HBOC, were indicted yesterday by a federal grand jury in San Francisco on charges of securities fraud. The indictment was unsealed this morning. McKesson HBOC is a Fortune 100 company (now renamed McKesson Corporation) with its corporate headquarters in San Francisco. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

    McKesson Corp., the nation’s largest pharmaceutical distributor, announced today that it will relocate its headquarters from San Francisco to Irving in April.

    The company, which delivers prescription drugs and medical supplies, has more than 75,000 employees globally and had revenue of $208 billion last year. It ranks sixth on the Fortune 500 list, behind only Walmart, Exxon Mobil, Berkshire Hathaway, Apple and UnitedHealth Group.

    With its move, McKesson will become the second-largest company by revenue to be based in North Texas, surpassing AT&T Inc. The largest, Exxon Mobil, is also headquartered in Irving.

    You can read the full story from our media partners at The Dallas Morning News by clicking here.

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