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  Business Ethics' "100 Best Corporate Citizens"

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Business Ethics' "100 Best Corporate Citizens" is a ranking of the public companies that best serve seven stakeholder groups:

  1. stockholders, employees,
  2. customers,
  3. the community,
  4. minorities,
  5. the environment and
  6. non-U.S. stakeholders.

Business Ethics is a national publication devoted to corporate responsibility and social investing. Request a free sample copy at www.business-ethics.com.

 

1998-2000 Standardized values 3-year KLD averages
2000 2000 1998-2000 Average
Overall Revenue Net Income Total Return to Minorities Non-U.S.
Rank Score Company (millions) (millions) Shareholders Community & Women Employees Environment Stakeholders Customers
1 1.586 IBM $88,396 $8,073 24.73% 2.561 3.804 1.137 1.626 0.206 1.517
2 1.233 Hewlett-Packard $48,870 $3,697 15.95% 1.095 2.989 1.524 1.251 0.206 1.517
3 1.23 Fannie Mae $44,088 $4,327 19.62% 2.072 3.804 0.75 0.126 0.206 1.517
4 1.179 St Paul Cos $8,608 $993 17.56% 5.494 1.36 0.75 0.126 0.206 0.226
5 1.154 Procter & Gamble $39,951 $3,542 3.48% 1.095 1.36 1.524 0.126 3.547 0.656
6 1.144 Motorola Inc. $37,580 $1,318 30.53% -0.372 2.175 2.685 0.126 0.206 2.808
7 1.099 Cummins Engine $6,597 $8 -5.90% 3.539 0.275 1.911 -0.249 2.433 0.226
8 1.033 Herman Miller $2,010 $140 3.65% -0.372 1.903 2.685
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