Ethical Companies

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2011 World’s Most Ethical Companies
The Ethisphere Institute, a leading international think-tank dedicated to the creation, advancement and sharing of best practices in business ethics, corporate social responsibility, anti-corruption and sustainability, announced the official unveiling of the 2011 World’s Most Ethical Companies. This year’s honorees have gone above and beyond to prove business ethics are paramount to the success of a company’s brand and bottom line. In its fifth year, the World’s Most Ethical Companies recognizes organizations that promote ethical business standards and practices by exceeding legal minimums for compliance, introducing innovative ideas that benefit the public and forcing their competitors to follow suit.
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Internet
Zappos
Media, Publishing and Entertainment
Thomson Reuters
Medical Devices
Becton Dickinson
Royal Phillips
Metals
Umicore
Real Estate
British Land plc
Jones Lang LaSalle
Unibail-Rodamco
Restaurants and Cafes
Starbucks Coffee Company
Specialty Pharma
Medicis
Specialty Retail
Best Buy Co.
Hennes & Mauritz
Sonae
Target
Ten Thousand Villages
Staffing
Manpower
Telecom Hardware
Avaya Inc.
Cisco Systems
Juniper Networks
Telecom Services
Singapore Telecom
Swisscom
T-Mobile USA
Transportation and Logistics
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