Tag Archives: Corporate reputation

Most Reputable Companies in the World in 2018

Rolex, Lego and Google Top Reputation Institute’s 2018 Global RepTrak® 100 – World’s Largest Corporate Reputation Study. The top 10 companies in RI’s 2018 Global RepTrak® 100 are: Rolex LEGO Group Google Canon The Walt Disney Company Sony Adidas Robert Bosch BMW Group Microsoft High risers in the Top 100 rankings are Samsung (+44), LG …
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The World’s Most Reputable Companies 2017

Rolex, Lego, and Disney top Reputation Institute’s 2017 Global RepTrak® 100 – The World’s Largest Corporate Reputation Study. 1. Rolex 2. LEGO Group 3. The Walt Disney Company 4. Canon 5. Google 6. Bosch 7. Sony 8. Intel 9. Rolls-Royce 10. Adidas RI’s RepTrak® System measures the general public’s perception of the world’s top companies …
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The World’s Biggest Public Companies

The China banking giant ICBC has topped “The Forbes Global 2000” list of the biggest and most powerful companies worldwide. Their main contenders, in 2nd, 3rd and 4th place respectively, were China Construction Bank, Agricultural Bank of China and Bank of China. Forbes compiles the Global 2000 list using data from FactSet Research systems to screen for the biggest public companies in four metric: …
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The World’s Most Reputable Companies

BMW is the most reputable company to work in, according to the latest Global RepTrack study published in Forbes magazine. Second and third place were taken respectively by Google and Daimler. The Global RepTrak rankings measure the public’s perception of companies based on seven dimensions: innovation, leadership, governance, citizenship, workplace, performance, and products/services. For more information about 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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The World’s Most Reputable Companies

BMW is the most reputable company to work in, according to the latest Global RepTrack study published in Forbes magazine. Second and third place were taken respectively by The Walt Disney Company and Rolex. For the third year running Zara was the only Spanish company to feature in the top 100. The Global RepTrack 2013 study surveyed around …
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Most Valued Companies Among Spaniards

German automotive giant Mercedes-Benz is the most reputed company among Spaniards, according to the study RepTrak Pulse Spain 2012, published by the Reputation Institute. Google, Danone, Nestlé and Mercadona (in ascending order) round out the top 5. The companies that have most significantly improved their standing in Spain are BP, Caser Seguros and Sacyr Vallehermoso. …
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The World’s Most Reputable Companies

BMW is the most reputable company to work in, according to the latest Global RepTrack study published in Forbes magazine. Second and third place were taken respectively by Sony and The Walt Disney Company. For the second year running Zara was the only Spanish company to feature in the top 100. The Global RepTrack 2012 study surveyed around …
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World’s Most Powerful Corporations

Exxon Mobil has topped ‘The Forbes Global 2000” list of the biggest and most powerful companies worldwide. Their main contenders, occupying 2nd, 3rd and 4th place respectively, were JPMorgan Chase, General Electric and Royal Dutch Shell. The ranking, spanning a total of 66 counties, shows that the corporate dominance of the developed nations is steadily receding. The US (524 members) and Japan (258 members) still dominate …
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Apple Enjoys the Best Corporate Reputation in U.S.

Apple is the most reputable company in the U.S., according to the 2012 Harris Poll Annual RQ Public Summary Report. Last year’s leader, Google, was knocked off its perch to second place, and the Coca-Cola Company (3rd), Amazon.com (4th) and Kraft Foods (5th) round out the top 5. The Reputation Quotient is a score based on …
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