General Mills (NYSE: GIS)
General Mills opened its doors over 150 years ago to provide flour to the local area. The company has always focused on innovation, creating several popular brands other the years while acquiring others. Today General Mills has over 100 brands, including Pillsbury, Betty Crocker, and its namesake cereals.
Consolidated Edison, Inc. (NYSE: ED)
Consolidated Edison, also known as conEdison, has roots dating back to 1823. The company controls a large-scale delivery system, using steam, gas, and electricity to provide energy to over 10 million people in the greater New York City area.
Medical Properties Trust Inc. (NYSE: MPW)
Medical Properties Trust encompasses 440 hospitals in 10 countries on four different continents. MPW manages these properties, providing the necessary resources to save lives. The company is the second-largest owner of hospital beds globally, listing an asset value of over $22.2 billion.
Realty Income (NYSE: O)
American Electric Power is one of the largest energy providers in the United States. The company appeared on the scene back in 1906, continuously innovating its practices to keep serving the community.
AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)