Three Worst Company In America Nominees Make "Most Ethical" List

In a de facto antidote to our Worst Company in America competition, Forbes released a list of the most ethical companies in the world.

There was a bit of overlap between the lists. Which makes sense, because the businesses in question are huge corporations, capable of doing massive good as well as sizable damage, sometimes in the same breath.

Double-dipping companies included Microsoft, American Express and Best Buy. New York think tank Ethisphere Institute evaluated nearly 3,000 companies to determine the 110 organizations worthy of highly questionable corporate sainthood.

The World’s Most Ethical Companies [Forbes via Slashdot]

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