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IESE Dean Jordi Canals Among the Most Reputable Leaders in Spain

Inditex is the most reputable company in Spain for the fourth year running, according to the Merco 2015 Company Monitor on Corporate Reputation. Mercadona and Santander occupy second and third position respectively. The study places IESE in 26th place. The most reputable business leader in Spain is Juan Roig, chairman of Spain’s Mercadona supermarket chain, according to Merco Líderes. IESE Dean Jordi …
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Top 25 Global Aon Hewitt Top Companies for Leaders

General Electric Company has been ranked 14th on the 2014 global Aon Hewitt Top Companies for Leaders list, followed by International Business Machines and Hindustan Unilever Limited in second and third position respectively. The Aon Hewitt Top Companies for Leaders study evaluates and recognizes what it takes to execute best-in-class leadership and talent management around the …
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The Most Reputable Companies in Spain

For Spanish consumers, Danone is the most reputable company, according to the RepTrak Pulse Spain 2014 report published by the Reputation Institute. Sony and Google follow up in second and third place, respectively. According to the report, the most reputable sectors in Spain are electrical appliances and electronics, IT, and food and beverages, while telecommunications and banks are …
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IESE Among Most Reputable Spanish Corporations

Inditex is the most reputable company in Spain for the third year running, according to the Merco 2014 Company Monitor on Corporate Reputation. Mercadona and Santander occupy second and third position respectively. The study places IESE in 17th place, a significant improvement on last year’s position. The most reputable business leader in Spain is Emilio Botín, president and chief executive …
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IESE Among Most Reputable Spanish Corporations

Inditex is the most reputable company in Spain, followed by Mercadona and Repsol, according to the Merco 2012 Company Monitor on Corporate Reputation. The study places IESE, in 33rd place, a three-place improvement on last year. The most reputable business leader in Spain, according to Merco Líderes, is Emilio Botín, president and chief executive of Grupo Santander, who holds on …
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IESE Among Most Reputable Spanish Corporations

Santander Bank is the most reputable company in Spain, followed by Inditex and Telefónica, according to the Merco 2011 Company Monitor on Corporate Reputation. The company’s respective presidents occupy, in the same order, the top three positions of the ranking of corporate leaders. The study places IESE, the highest performing Spanish business school, in 36th …
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The World’s Most Reputable Companies 2010

Johnson & Johnson has picked up the top stop – for the second year running – in Reputation Institute’s U.S. Reputation Pulse. Kellogg and The Walt Disney Company rounded out the top three. The Reputation Pulse measures the corporate reputations of the largest U.S. companies based on consumers’ trust, esteem, admiration, and good feeling about …
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Trust and Transparency Crucial for a Company’s Reputation

(CC) null66913/Flickr This year’s edition of the Edelman Trust Barometer reveals that trust and transparency are as important to corporate reputation as the quality of products and services. In the U.S., as in much of Western Europe, these two attributes rank higher than product quality—and far outrank financial returns, which sits at or near the …
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