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Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands 2018

Eight out of the Top 10 are technology or tech-related brands. This category continues to dominate the rankings with Google and Apple retaining the number 1 and 2 spots, growing +23% to $302.1 billion and +28% to $300.6 billion respectively. Amazon moved into the no.3 position ahead of Microsoft, growing +49% to $207.6 billion, while Tencent rose to no.5 ahead of Facebook(no.6) growing +65% …
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Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work for 2018

Salesforce is the No. 1 place to work jumping seven spots from last year. Wegmans Food Markets, Ultimate Software, The Boston Consulting Group and Edward Jones round out the top five. To identify the 100 Best Companies to Work For, each year Fortune partners with Great Place to Work to conduct the most extensive employee survey in corporate America. The ranking …
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The 2018 NAFE Top 70 Companies for Executive Women

A. T. Kearney, Abbott and Accenture are the best companies for executive women, according to a list compiled by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE). The annual Top Companies list this year highlights a record number of employers. A division of Working Mother Media, NAFE expanded the 2018 rankings from 60 to 70 in …
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Europe’s Most Attractive Employers 2017

Google is the most attractive employer, according to Universum’s ranking of “Europe’s Most Attractive Employers 2017”. The annual talent attraction index compiles the results of Universum’s survey of students in the Europe’s 12 largest economies (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the UK). The index is divided into two rankings: one …
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2018 Franchise 500 Rankings

McDonald’s has taken the top spot in Entrepreneur Magazine’s annual Franchise 500, widely regarded as the world’s best and most comprehensive franchise ranking. 7-Eleven Inc. and Dunkin’ Donuts occupy second and third place, respectively. Each company on Entrepreneur Magazine’s “Franchise 500” list is judged by “objective, quantifiable measures of a franchise operation.” Other factors considered include financial strength and stability, …
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Top 30 Most Valuable Spanish Brands 2017

Zara has been named as the most valuable brand in Spain in the first BrandZ™ Top 30 Most Valuable Spanish Brands ranking and report from WPP and Kantar Millward Brown. Zara leads the inaugural ranking at $25.1bn thanks to its revolutionary ‘fast fashion’ approach to retailing across more than 2,200 stores in 93 markets. Its design savvy …
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The Best Global Brands 2017

Interbrand has named Apple, Google, and Microsoft as the three most valuable brands in its 2017 Best Global Brands ranking, with technology as the dominant sector. For five consecutive years, Apple and Google hold the top positions. Apple’s brand value grew by 3 percent to USD $184,154m, as Google’s brand value grew by 6 percent …
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World’s Most Attractive Employers 2017

Universum Global have announced their 9th annual “The World’s Most Attractive Employers (WMAE) 2017” results with more than 290,000 business and engineering/IT students from the world’s 12 largest economies ranking the companies they find most desirable for employment. WMAE 2017 Business rankings Top 5: 1. Google (Non-mover since 2016) 2. Goldman Sachs (4th in 2016) …
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Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work for

Google is the No. 1 place to work for the eighth time in 11 years. Wegmans Food Markets and strategy consultants the Boston Consulting Group follow up in second and third place, respectively. To identify the 100 Best Companies to Work For, each year Fortune partners with Great Place to Work to conduct the most extensive employee survey in …
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The 2017 NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women

Johnson & Johnson, L’Oréal USA and KPMG are among the best companies for executive women, according to a  list compiled by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE). Among the NAFE top 60, 12 percent have female ceo’s, compared with 5 percent on the S&P 500. Women comprise 29 percent of the board of director …
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