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Results of first Corporate Responsibility Index published [UK]

Author: Business in the Community, Published on: 12 March 2003

Business in the Community has released the results of its first annual Corporate Responsibility Index today. The index publicly benchmarks the responsible business practice of top companies in the UK...Companies in the top quintile are: 3M; AstraZeneca; Aviva; BAA; BP; BT Group; Carillion; Dow Chemical Company; ISIS; J Sainsbury; Marks & Spencer; mm02; National Grid Transco; Rio Tinto; Safeway; ScottishPower; Shell International; Tesco; Unilever; Waste Recycling Group; Co-operative Bank; Co-operative Insurance Society; Innogy Holdings; Lafarge Cement UK; Vivendi Water.

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Related companies: 3M AstraZeneca Aviva BP British Airports Authority (now Heathrow Airport Holdings) BT Carillion Co-operative Bank (part of Co-operative Group) Dow Chemical Lafarge (part of LafargeHolcim) Marks & Spencer mmo2 (now O2) National Grid Rio Tinto Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) Safeway UK (part of Morrisons) Tesco Unilever Veolia (formerly Vivendi Environnement)