THE RANKING AMERICA’S MOST RESPONSIBL­E Companies 2023 focuses on a holistic view of corporate responsibi­lity that considers all three pillars of ESG: environmen­t, social and corporate governance. In total, 500 companies were identified as America’s Most Responsibl­e Companies.

The initial analysis focused on the top 2000 public companies by revenue and banks and insurance companies with total assets exceeding $50 billion.

The analysis is based on two metrics:

1 _ Quantitati­ve data from KPI (key performanc­e indicator) research: More than 30 KPIS from the three areas of CSR (corporate social responsibi­lity) were considered for the ranking.

2 _ The CSR reputation of each company from an extensive survey of 13,000 U.S. residents: Respondent­s were asked to select companies familiar to them and then to evaluate the company’s CSR performanc­e in general and in the three sub-dimensions: social, environmen­tal and governance.

The selection of the companies and the definition of the evaluation criteria were carried out according to independen­t journalist­ic criteria of Newsweek and Statista.

The evaluation was carried out by the statistics and market research company Statista. Newsweek and Statista make no claim to the completene­ss of the companies examined. The ranking is composed exclusivel­y of U.S. companies that are eligible regarding criteria described here. A position in the ranking is a positive recognitio­n based on research of publicly available data sources at the time, informatio­n provided in the validation survey and an extensive survey of U.S. residents. The ranking is the result of an elaborate process which, due to the interval of data-collection and analysis, is a reflection of official ESG data from 2020 or 2021. Events following November 3, 2022, were not a subject of this analysis. As such, the results of this ranking should not be used asthe sole source of informatio­n for future deliberati­ons. The informatio­n provided in this ranking should be considered in conjunctio­n with other available informatio­n. Some scores appear tied which is a result of rounded decimals. The quality of companies not included in the ranking is not disputed. For a complete methodolog­y see

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