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Components[edit]

This list is current as prior to the market open on August 4, 2014. An up-to-date list is available in the External links section. It should be noted that this is an alphabetical list, and not a ranked list.

  1. 21st Century Fox (FOXA)
  2. Activision Blizzard (ATVI)
  3. Adobe Systems Incorporated (ADBE)
  4. Akamai Technologies, Inc (AKAM)
  5. Alexion Pharmaceuticals (ALXN)
  6. Altera Corporation (ALTR)
  7. Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN)
  8. Amgen Inc. (AMGN)
  9. Analog Devices (ADI)
  10. Apple Inc. (AAPL)
  11. Applied Materials, Inc. (AMAT)
  12. Autodesk, Inc. (ADSK)
  13. Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP)
  14. Avago Technologies, Inc. (AVGO)
  15. Baidu.com, Inc. (BIDU)
  16. Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (BBBY)
  17. Biogen Idec, Inc (BIIB)
  18. Broadcom Corporation (BRCM)
  19. C. H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc. (CHRW)
  20. CA, Inc. (CA)
  21. Catamaran Corporation (CTRX)
  22. Celgene Corporation (CELG)
  23. Cerner Corporation (CERN)
  24. Charter Communications, Inc. (CHTR)
  25. Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (CHKP)
  26. Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO)
  27. Citrix Systems, Inc. (CTXS)
  28. Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation (CTSH)
  29. Comcast Corporation (CMCSA)
  30. Costco Wholesale Corporation (COST)
  31. DirecTV (DTV)
  32. Discovery Communications A (DISCA)
  33. Discovery Communications Inc (DISCK)
  34. Dish Network, Inc. (DISH)
  35. Dollar Tree, Inc. (DLTR)
  36. eBay Inc. (EBAY)
  37. Equinix (EQIX)
  38. Expedia, Inc. (EXPE)
  39. Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. (EXPD)
  40. Express Scripts, Inc. (ESRX)
  41. F5 Networks, Inc. (FFIV)
  42. Facebook, Inc. (FB)
  43. Fastenal Company (FAST)
  44. Fiserv, Inc. (FISV)
  45. Garmin Ltd. (GRMN)
  46. Gilead Sciences, Inc. (GILD)
  47. Google Inc. Class A (GOOGL)
  48. Google Inc. Class C (GOOG)
  49. Henry Schein, Inc. (HSIC)
  50. Illumina, Inc. (ILMN)
  51. Intel Corporation (INTC)
  52. Intuit, Inc. (INTU)
  53. Intuitive Surgical Inc. (ISRG)
  54. Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR)
  55. KLA Tencor Corporation (KLAC)
  56. Kraft Foods (KRFT)
  57. Liberty Global plc (LBTYA)
  58. Liberty Interactive (QVCA)
  59. Liberty Media C (LMCK)
  60. Liberty Media Series A (LMCA)
  61. Liberty Ventures (LVNTA)
  62. Linear Technology Corporation (LLTC)
  63. Marriott International, Inc. (MAR)
  64. Mattel, Inc. (MAT)
  65. Maxim Integrated Products (MXIM)
  66. Micron Technology, Inc. (MU)
  67. Microsoft Corporation (MSFT)
  68. Mondelēz International (MDLZ)
  69. Monster Beverage (MNST)
  70. Mylan, Inc. (MYL)
  71. NetApp, Inc. (NTAP)
  72. Netflix (NFLX)
  73. NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA)
  74. NXP Semiconductors (NXPI)
  75. O'Reilly Automotive, Inc. (ORLY)
  76. PACCAR Inc. (PCAR)
  77. Paychex, Inc. (PAYX)
  78. QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM)
  79. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals (REGN)
  80. Ross Stores Inc. (ROST)
  81. SanDisk Corporation (SNDK)
  82. SBA Communications (SBAC)
  83. Seagate Technology Holdings (STX)
  84. Sigma-Aldrich Corporation (SIAL)
  85. Sirius XM Radio, Inc. (SIRI)
  86. Staples Inc. (SPLS)
  87. Starbucks Corporation (SBUX)
  88. Stericycle, Inc (SRCL)
  89. Symantec Corporation (SYMC)
  90. Tesla Motors, Inc. (TSLA)
  91. Texas Instruments, Inc. (TXN)
  92. The Priceline Group (PCLN)
  93. Tractor Supply Company (TSCO)
  94. TripAdvisor (TRIP)
  95. Verisk Analytics (VRSK)
  96. Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX)
  97. Viacom Inc. (VIAB)
  98. VimpelCom Ltd. (VIP)
  99. Vodafone Group, plc. (VOD)
  100. Western Digital (WDC)
  101. Whole Foods Market, Inc. (WFM)
  102. Wynn Resorts Ltd. (WYNN)
  103. Xilinx, Inc. (XLNX)
  104. Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO)

Changes in 2008[edit]

On April 30, 2008 The DirecTV Group (DTV) replaced BEA Systems (BEAS) before the market open.

On May 19, 2008 CA, Inc. (CA) replaced Tellabs (TLAB) before the market open.

On July 21, 2008 FLIR Systems (FLIR) replaced UAL Corporation (UAUA) before the market open.

On November 10, 2008 Seagate Technology (STX) replaced Monster Worldwide (previously MNST, but changed ticker to MWW on November 10, 2008) before the market open.

On December 22, 2008, NASDAQ added the following companies to the NASDAQ-100 index prior to the market open: Automatic Data Processing, First Solar, Life Technologies, Ross Stores Inc., Maxim Integrated Products, Illumina, Inc., Pharmaceutical Product Development, O'Reilly Automotive, Urban Outfitters, J. B. Hunt Transport Services, and Warner Chilcott. The companies that were replaced are: Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Cadence Design Systems, Discovery Communications, Lamar Advertising Company, Leap Wireless International, Level 3 Communications, PetSmart, SanDisk, Sirius XM Radio, Virgin Media, and Whole Foods Market.

Changes in 2009[edit]

On January 20, 2009, News Corporation was added to the index, replacing Focus Media Holding, which did not meet the minimum monthly weight requirements.

On July 17, 2009, Cerner Corporation replaced Sun Microsystems after Sun Microsystems was acquired by Oracle.

On October 29, 2009, Priceline.com replaced Juniper Networks, after Juniper transferred to the NYSE.

On December 21, 2009, seven stocks joined the NASDAQ-100 index before the market open: Vodafone, Mattel, BMC Software, Mylan, Qiagen, SanDisk and Virgin Media. These stocks replaced Akamai Technologies, Hansen Natural, IAC/InterActiveCorp, Liberty Global, Pharmaceutical Product Development, Ryanair and Steel Dynamics.

Changes in 2010[edit]

On December 20, 2010, seven companies were added to the NASDAQ-100 index prior to the market open: F5 Networks, Akamai Technologies, Netflix, Micron Technology, Whole Foods Market, Ctrip.com International and Dollar Tree. They replaced Cintas, Dish Network, Foster Wheeler. Hologic, J. B. Hunt, Logitech and Patterson Companies. These were the only changes made to the index that year and the fewest since 1997.

Changes in 2011[edit]

On April 4, 2011 Alexion Pharmaceuticals (ALXN) replaced Genzyme (GENZ) before the market open. Genzyme was purchased by Sanofi-Aventis.

On May 6, 2011, WFMI (Whole Foods Market) changed its ticker symbol to WFM prior to the market open.

On May 27, 2011 Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) replaced Millicom International Cellular prior to the market opening after Millicom (MICC) withdrew its NASDAQ listing.[3]

On July 15, 2011 Sirius XM Radio (SIRI) replaced Cephalon (CEPH) in the index.[4] Cephalon was acquired by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.

On December 6, 2011 Perrigo (PRGO) joined the index.[5] The company replaced Joy Global (JOYG), who transferred their stock listing to the NYSE. Perrigo had been a member of the index in the 1990s, being dropped in 1996.[6]

On December 19, 2011 five companies joined the NASDAQ-100 index prior to the market open as a result of NASDAQ's annual reranking of the index. They are Avago Technologies (AVGO), Fossil, Inc. (FOSL), Monster Beverage (MNST, formerly known as Hansen Natural, ticker symbol HANS), Nuance Communications (NUAN), and Randgold Resources (GOLD). These companies replaced FLIR Systems (FLIR), Illumina (ILMN), NII Holdings (NIHD), Qiagen (QGEN), and Urban Outfitters (URBN).

On December 20, 2011, ERTS (Electronic Arts) changed its ticker symbol to EA prior to the market open.[7]

Changes in 2012[edit]

On January 9, 2012, HANS changed its ticker symbol to MNST (Monster Beverage) prior to the market open.

On April 23, 2012, Texas Instruments (TXN) replaced First Solar (FSLR) prior to the market open.

On May 30, 2012, Viacom (VIAB) became a component of the index prior to the market open. It replaced Teva Pharmaceutical Industries (TEVA), which transferred to the NYSE.

On July 23, 2012, Kraft Foods, Inc. (KFT), now known as Mondelez (MDLZ), became a component of the index prior to the market open, replacing Ctrip (CTRP). Kraft Foods was the fourth component of the NASDAQ-100 to also be included in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, joining Cisco Systems, Intel, and Microsoft, but was removed from the DJIA when it subsequently split into two companies.

On Wednesday December 12, 2012, Facebook Inc. (FB) became part of the NASDAQ-100 Index prior to the market open, replacing Infosys Limited (INFY), which transferred its listing to the NYSE.

Prior to the market open on Monday, December 24, 2012, 20 changes to the index took place. The ten companies joining the index are:

The ten companies being dropped are:

Changes in 2013[edit]

On January 15, 2013, Starz Inc. (STRZA) replaced Liberty Media (LMCA) after a spinoff.

On March 18, 2013, Kraft Foods Group Inc. (KRFT) replaced Starz Inc. (STRZA).[8]

On June 5, 2013, Liberty Media (LMCA) replaced Virgin Media (VMED) with whom it merged.

On June 6, 2013, Netflix (NFLX) replaced Perrigo (PRGO) who had transferred to the NYSE.

On July 15, 2013, Tesla Motors (TSLA) replaced Oracle Corporation (ORCL), which transferred to the NYSE.

On July 25, Charter Communications (CHTR) replaced BMC Software (BMC) which eventually went private.

On August 22, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) returned to the index, replacing Life Technologies (LIFE); Life Technologies announced its takeover by ThermoFisher.[9]

On October 29, VimpelCom Ltd. (VIP) replaced DELL (DELL) which eventually went private.

On November 18, Marriott International (MAR) was added to the index, replacing Randgold Resources (GOLD).

Prior to the market open on Monday, December 23, 2013, 10 changes to the index took place. The five companies joining the index are:[10]

The five companies being dropped are:

Changes in 2014[edit]

Prior to the market open on Thursday, April 3, 2014, the Class C common Stock of Google, Inc. was added to the index as a result of Google's stock split. This meant the index had 101 components.

Later in 2014 additional classes of stock of Discovery Communications, Liberty Media and Liberty Interactive were added to the index, bringing the number of constituent securities in the index to 104.

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