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Top 10 Best Corporate Citizens Ranked

Ecolab, Campbell Soup and Microsoft are among the Top 10 Best Corporate Citizens, according to Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s fifth annual ranking.

CR Magazine announced the top performers in the following sectors: business services, consumer items, consumer staples, energy, financial, healthcare, information technology, materials, media and entertainment, and utilities.

By industry, the best corporate citizens are:

  • Business Services — Ecolab
  • Consumer Items — Hasbro
  • Consumer Staples — Campbell Soup Co.
  • Energy — Hess
  • Financials/Insurance/Real Estate — Jones Lang LaSalle
  • Healthcare — Johnson & Johnson
  • Information Technology — Microsoft
  • Materials — Sigma-Aldrich
  • Media & Entertainment — Walt Disney Co.
  • Utilities — Entergy

CR Magazine applies the methodology from its 100 Best Corporate Citizens List in ranking the Top 10.

Microsoft, selected in part for its environmental and climate change performance, is the best corporate citizen in the US, according to CR Magazine’s annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List, published in April.

The tech giant pushed Bristol-Myers Squibb from its No. 1 ranking last year down to sixth place in the 2015 list.

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One thought on “Top 10 Best Corporate Citizens Ranked

  1. I follow the issue of corporate citizenship quite closely and was somewhat surprised by the companies referred to in the arcticle and on this Corporate Citizen list. This prompted me to look at the methodology being used and this confirmed my worries that the list preparation is weighted far too heavily towards disclosure and commitments rather than on actual realized performance. I respect the work that has been done to prepare these lists, but consider the methodology to be seriously flawed. I am also an advocate for incorporating both social impact and environmental impact into an integrated report, together with the financials.

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