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What are the fastest growing inner-city businesses? The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City just came up with the top 100 across the nation. Here are some of the top rated companies, according to the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City via CNNMoney.

Coyote Logistics
Coyote.com

2010 Revenues: $327.9 million
5-year Annual Growth Rate: 295%

CEO: Jeff Silver
Location: Chicago, IL

The business:
Founder and CEO Jeff Silver started Coyote Logistics with his own money and some private equity dollars. It's a trucking company without any trucks, Silver said.

Revolution Foods
Kristin Murphy, Deseret News

2010 Revenues: $17.9 million
5-year Annual Growth Rate: 144%

CEO: Kristin Groos Richmond
Location: Oakland, CA

The business:
Revolution Foods aims to provide school districts with healthy, fresh and affordable meals.

DMC Consultants
dmcgroupusa.com

2010 Revenues: $4.6 million
5-year Annual Growth Rate: 115%

CEO: Darshita and Mike Chaudhary
Location: Detroit, MI

The business:
This company does consulting, demolition, construction and environmental work for governmental clients in Detroit and the state of Michigan.

CSI
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2010 Revenues: $24.3 million
5-year Annual Growth Rate: 104%

CEO: Ken Novotny
Location: Oklahoma City, OK

The business:
CSI does IT and engineering contracting for the U.S. Department of Defense.

InGenesis
ingenesis.org

2010 Revenues: $51.6 million
5-year Annual Growth Rate: 102%

CEO: Veronica Edwards
Location: San Antonio, TX

The business:
The company started as a staffing provider for telecommunications companies, then shifted to health care.

Neutron Interactive

2010 Revenues: $14.5 million
5-year Annual Growth Rate: 93%

CEO: Dan Caffee
Location: Salt Lake City, UT

The business:
This company focuses on online lead generation in the marketplace of higher education.

Prometheus Research
prometheusresearch.com/

2010 Revenues: $3.8 million
5-year Annual Growth Rate: 92%

CEO: Leon Rozenblit
Location: New Haven, CT

The business:
Prometheus Research started as a consulting business then changed to a software management program that helps researchers manage their data.

PMG Project Management Group
Mark Lennihan, AP

2010 Revenues: $3.1 million
5-year Annual Growth Rate: 91%

CEO: Ben Mendez
Location: Houston, TX

The business:
PMG does construction and professional services.

The Menkiti Group
Menkitigroup.com

2010 Revenues: $5 million
5-year Annual Growth Rate: 81%

CEO: Bo Menkiti
Location: Washington, DC

The business:
The Menkiti Group is a residential and commercial real estate developer in northeast Washington D.C.

Ace Exhibits
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2010 Revenues: $5 million
5-year Annual Growth Rate: 75%

CEO: Tom Hand
Location: Los Angeles, CA

The business:
This company specializes in designing and building trade show units for a variety of clients.

Red Iguana
Scott G. Winterton, Deseret News

2010 Revenues: $6.3 million
5-year Annual Growth Rate: 21%

CEO: Luzmaria Cardenas
Location: Salt Lake City, UT

The business: The Red Iguana is a Mexican Restaurant chain.

Red Iquana is actually number 68 on the list.