General Motors was named one of America’s Most JUST Companies by Forbes and JUST Capital, a nonprofit that analyzes and ranks companies based on the priorities of the American people. GM is the only automaker on the list.
The designation represents GM’s commitment to doing business responsibly and improving communities, demonstrating alignment with what customers want from business.
Company ranks in top 10% of Pharmaceutical and Biotech Sector on the issues Americans care about most.
NEW YORK, December 14, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (NYSE: BMY) was named one of America’s Most JUST Companies, according to Forbes and JUST Capital, a nonprofit that ranks the largest publicly traded corporations in the United States on the issues Americans care about most. The company ranked third in the Pharmaceutical & Biotech sector and 32nd overall out of 1,000 of the largest publicly-traded companies in the United States.
LOS ANGELES, December 13, 2017 /3BL Media/ - CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBG) today announced that it has been named one of America’s Most JUST Companies by Forbes and JUST Capital.
Forbes and JUST Capital evaluate U.S.-based public companies based on measures of corporate citizenship, including employee relations, quality of goods and services, client service, environmental impact, community support, diversity and ethical conduct. Nearly 1,000 companies are considered for inclusion in the JUST 100.
UPS’s Commitment to Social Responsibility Recognized On “Just 100” Rankings for the Second Consecutive Year
ATLANTA, December 12, 2017 /3BL Media/ - UPS (NYSE: UPS) announced today it was named one of America’s Most JUST Companies by Forbes and JUST Capital, for the second consecutive year. The second annual JUST 100 ranks the largest publicly traded corporations in the United States on the issues Americans care about most, including leadership and ethics, worker well-being, job creation, supporting communities, supply chain impact, customer treatment, environmental impact, and more.
Paul Tudor Jones, founder of Tudor Investment, an $11 billion asset management and investment firm, is moving into the socially responsible investment field. The vehicle is JUST Capital, a nonprofit organization that is developing a measure called America’s Most Just Index.
That’s a rating that ranks Russell 1000 Index companies on how they treat their employees, consumers, communities, shareholders, and the environment, reports Bloomberg. According to Jones, the top-rated group of companies in the Index has significantly outperformed the stock market over time.