Gone are the days of growth at all costs. Stock returns alone no longer cut it. Corporations are judged by how they treat workers, customers, communities, shareholders and the environment. The twin tragedies of the Covid-19 pandemic and racial injustice only speed the shift toward responsible capitalism.
For our fourth annual Just 100, our partner Just Capital polled more than 110,000 people on the most critical aspects of corporate behavior. Just Captial then objectively graded America’s largest public companies on how they served five critical stakeholders (please see below for the full methodology). The result: the top publicly traded corporations turning the daunting challenges of 2020 into lasting, positive change.
Read the full profile on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/just-companies/#6c0dea642bf0
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