Americans across party lines want greater transparency from companies on political spend. But only 31% of the Russell 1000 currently disclose lobbying and political contributions.
From utilities to tech, these companies are leading their industries on reducing their environmental impact.
Amid changes in legislation and regulation, these 10 companies are leading on managing environmental impact.
Accenture, Intel, and Starbucks are leading the Russell 1000 on key diversity disclosures on metrics including pay gap analyses and ratios and workforce demographics.
Our latest analysis finds an increase in the number of climate commitments from Russell 1000 companies alongside a dichotomy between emissions and ambition levels within industries.
Amid new and compounding challenges to Americans’ health and well-being, we’re highlighting the top 100 companies that are stepping up for workers and their families, and communities across the U.S.
Women make up over 40% of board members and chair at least one committee at General Motors, Citigroup, Procter & Gamble, Nielsen, and Merck.
These corporations are showing how the most effective and useful climate commitments are understandable, comprehensive, innovative, and achievable.
After analyzing the climate commitments of America’s largest companies, we’ve determined the common traits of the most effective ones.
Looking at the companies we ranked in 2021, we find that just 42.8% have disclosed a commitment to reducing emissions.
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