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100 Best Corporate Citizens 2008 [USA]

Author: CRO Magazine, Published on: 20 February 2008

In 2008, CRO—in partnership with IW Financial…tweaked the methodology to emphasize the corporate responsibility efforts of large, impactful corporations in eight categories: Climate Change, Employee Relations, Environment, Financial, Governance, Human Rights, Lobbying and Philanthropy…[T]hese data-driven rankings should be seen as a way to gauge how the major players in U.S. business stack up against one another relative to their corporate responsibility programs in the real world…Intel showed ample corporate responsibility soul, and sits solely atop 100 Best 2008 overall…[F]our companies (…Ford in Human Rights, Motorola in Climate Change…) achieved a category ranking of “1”. [also refers to Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Gap, IBM, Pepsico, Avon Products, PG&E, El Paso, Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold, Walt Disney, Eaton, Deere & Co.]

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Related companies: Avon Eaton El Paso Energy Ford Freeport-McMoRan Gap Green Mountain Coffee IBM Intel John Deere Motorola PepsiCo PG&E Walt Disney