That time Business Insider profiled the Wilmington building that ‘houses’ 300,000 corporations

The publication featured the curious brick building on Orange Street.

Nearly 300,000 businesses are registered at CT Corporation System in Wilmington. (Screenshot via Google)

Roughly 950,000 residents call the First State home. Meanwhile, one million businesses are registered here, including 60 percent of Fortune 500 companies, like Apple, Verizon and Walmart. Although many of these corporations do not actually conduct their daily operations in here, nearly 300,000 separate companies are registered at CT Corporation System, a provider of registered agent services in Wilmington. Business Insider recently featured the tiny brick building on North Orange Street.
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