Category Summary* ?

company person people planet overall score mean diff** std dev† votes articles
esurance n/a 89 n/a 88.6 +6.5 +0 34 3
rackspace n/a 98 82 87.1 +5 +0 30 3
salesforce.com n/a 87 77 84.5 +2.4 +0 42 5
google 75 83 83 83.4 +1.3 +0 820 220
yahoo 79 81 79 82.8 +0.7 +0 159 26
ebay 75 86 72 82.2 +0.1 +0 170 51
amazon n/a 85 79 78.1 -4 +0 101 20
facebook n/a 77 77 75.7 -6.4 +0 101 16
news corporation n/a 65 77 74.8 -7.3 +0 35 7

*showing companies with at least 30 votes
**amount above or below average score of all companies based on user votes
†number of standard deviations above or below overall average




software, websites

Google.org aspires to use the power of information and technology to address the global challenges of our age: climate change, poverty and emerging disease. In collaboration with experienced partners working in each of these fields, we will invest our resources and tap the strengths of Google's employees and global operations to advance our initiatives.

tags: software, websites, internet, computer software, search engines



In the words of our founder, Pierre Omidyar, eBay was created to be a "force for good". And in fact, our core businesses have a positive impact around the world. From breaking down geographic barriers to generating economic opportunity, eBay, PayPal and Skype are doing good in over 190 countries.

tags: websites, online auction, e-commerce


software, websites

Our purpose: Powering communities to create indespensable experiences, built on trust.

tags: software, websites, internet, computer software, search, search engines



Giving people the power to share and make the world more open and connected.

tags: websites, social network service


retail, websites

We make decisions as a company, and as individuals, based on our core values. Customer Obsession, Innovation, Bias for Action, Ownership, High Hiring Bar, Frugality

tags: retail, websites, e-commerce, retailer


software, websites

Salesforce.com does more than pay lip service to the concept of giving back to the community. The company puts its money-and its time-where its mouth is. With our innovative 1% model, we're integrating our business and our community (worldwide) by giving 1% each of our time, equity, and profit. This concept of corporate citizenship sets us apart in the type of talent we attract-people who are...

tags: software, websites, on-demand

news corporation

conglomerates, entertainment, media, publishing

News Corporation is committed to addressing its impact on climate change and lowering the energy use of its businesses

tags: conglomerates, entertainment, media, publishing, broadcasting, internet, films, television, cable programming, satellite television, magazines, newspapers, books, sporting events, websites


insurance, websites

Esurance employees live and work in the same communities as our customers. That's why we're active in the same causes you care about! We think it's important to give back to our communities, the places and people that have helped make us one of the fastest growing auto insurance companies in America! It's our small way of saying thank you.

tags: insurance, websites, auto insurance


computers, websites

At Rackspace, we have a long-standing commitment to support the communities around us. We're known for delivering Fanatical Support to our customers and we deliver that kind of support to communities where we live, work and play. So much so that we started the Rack Gives Back Program to support the community in the form of grants, hosting services and employee volunteer programs.

tags: computers, websites, website hosting


retail, websites

As we grow as a company, it has become more and more important to explicitly define the Zappos core values from which we develop our culture, our brand, and our business strategies.

tags: retail, websites, e-commerce

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Google Turns To Belgium For Data Center Free Cooling

From environmentalleader.com (verified), July 22, 2009

Resource Management

With summer temperatures topping out in the low 70s in Belgium, Google has decided to forego the use of chillers at its data center there. The data center will benefit from not having to use electricity for chillers, and it also is using an on-site w...

in this article: google

World's Most Ethical Companies 2009

From projectlabel.org (verified), May 27, 2009

Mission & Values

Ethisphere's World's Most Ethical Companies ranking provides companies a chance to be recognized for their efforts in ethics and compliance. The winne...

in this article: pepsico, starbucks, nike, bmw, mcdonald's, dell, kellogg, toyota, general electric, ikea, american express, ...

Google PowerMeter Moving Closer To Smart Appliances

From earth2tech.com (verified), March 25, 2010

Resource Management

Google said yesterday afternoon that it’s partnered with chip maker Microchip to work with developers in order to create embedded devices that are compatible with Google’s energy tool PowerMeter. Microchip says the relationship means that...

in this article: google

Greenpeace To Facebook CEO: No More Coal

From gigaom.com (verified), September 1, 2010

Resource Management

This morning Greenpeace stepped up its campaign against Facebook’s decision to build its latest data center in Oregon in the footprint of utility Pacific Power that largely derives electricity from coal. The environmental group sent a letter to...

in this article: facebook

Exclusive: Google To Go Nuclear

From techcrunch.com (verified), March 31, 2010

Resource Management

Google has acquired a company that has created a new process for highly efficient isotope separation, we’ve confirmed from multiple sources. The primary use of this technology, say experts we’ve spoken with, is uranium enrichment.

in this article: google

Google Moves On Plans To Cheapen Solar Thermal Energy

From venturebeat.com (verified), September 10, 2009

Resource Management, Mission & Values, Community Impact, Waste Management

Google has decided to get involved in the solar thermal energy business. The company will work to improve the mirrors used in solar thermal systems, making them more affordable for widespread commercial and utility use.

in this article: google

Amazon To Offer Eco-friendly Shipping, Carbon Credits?

From techflash.com (unverified), October 17, 2010

Resource Management

Who would have thought you could patent slower, more expensive shipping? Amazon.com does. The online retail giant was just granted a patent for "Environmentally conscious electronic transactions." The patent envisions a system in which cust...

in this article: amazon

Yahoo! Hosts Second Annual Business & Human Rights Summit

From csrwire.com (verified), May 4, 2010

Community Impact

Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ: YHOO) hosts its second annual Business & Human Rights Summit at its Sunnyvale campus, bringing together individuals from around the world to raise awareness about freedom of expression online and the enduring challenges to th...

in this article: yahoo

Google Data Centers Aim For 100% Water Recycling

From environmentalleader.com (verified), April 22, 2010

Resource Management

At several of its data centers, Google is testing methods for recycling water from cooling systems. In a couple of the data centers, Google is recycling 100 percent of such water, reports Geek.

in this article: google

Yahoo! And Nahdet El Mahrousa Launch Social Entrepreneurship Competition For Young Professionals In Egypt

From csrwire.com (verified), April 21, 2010

Community Impact

Today, Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ: YHOO) underscores its commitment to the Arabic-speaking world by announcing a new social entrepreneurship campaign and competition in partnership with Nahdet El Mahrousa, an Egypt-based nongovernmental organization (NGO).

in this article: yahoo