Fastest-Growing Companies

America's fastest growing companies ranked by stock growth and state.

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Ocwen Financial
Ocwen Financial
12
Financials: Latest Results
Rank: 12
3-year average
Revenue Growth: 40%
Profit Growth: 85%
Total Return: 59%

What a difference five years makes. In 2008 shares of subprime-mortgage servicer Ocwen—which specializes in hard-hit areas such as Florida and Texas—flatlined near $3. Since then the company has been on a buying spree, scooping up assets from the likes of Barclays, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and ResCap. With housing prices rebounding, Ocwen shares now trade above $50, and the company has become the largest servicer of subprime mortgages. When lenders start making low-credit loans again, Ocwen’s business could heat up even more. --C.G.

Revenues ($ millions): 1,088
Net Income ($ millions): 206.6
Sector: Financial
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