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Microsoft makes World’s Most Ethical Companies list, Apple, Google, Facebook don’t

Author: Jennifer Bergen, Geek.com, Published on: 18 March 2011

Each year, a list comes out of the most ethical companies in the world...The World’s Most Ethical Companies designation recognizes companies that actually demonstrate “real and sustained ethical leadership within their industry.”...Microsoft was on there, but big names like Facebook, Google, and Apple are not. More than 3,000 companies apply to the Ethisphere Institute’s annual list. Ethisphere ranks them based on factors like history of regulatory infractions, sustainable business practices, and peer nominations...Thirty-six of this year’s companies are new to the list, and 26 dropped off of the list...due to litigation and ethics violations, as well as increased competition from their industry [also refers to Cisco, eBay, Salesforce, Symantec, Hitachi, Adobe, Teradata, Xerox, GE, Avaya, Zappos, Amazon, Best Buy, T-Mobile]

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Related companies: Adobe Systems Amazon.com Apple Avaya Best Buy Cisco Systems eBay Facebook GE (see General Electric) General Electric Google (part of Alphabet) Hitachi Microsoft Salesforce.com Symantec T-Mobile (part of Deutsche Telekom) Xerox