The 10 best companies at reporting CSR, according to Baruch College

Baruch College's CSR-Sustainability Monitor study looked at the corporate social responsibility reports of 614 of the biggest companies in the world and ranked them on a scale of zero to 100. Below is the study's top 10. One surprise: two mining companies are in the top five.

Anglo-American highlighted its Zero Harm initiative on its Facebook page
Anglo-American highlighted its Zero Harm initiative on its Facebook page

Baruch College’s Weissman Center for International Business released its CSR-Sustainability Monitor study earlier this week, looking at the scope and quality of CSR reports from more than 600 of the world’s largest companies and ranking them on a scale of zero to 100. Here is its top 10.

1. Barrick Gold Corporation
Score:
88.5
Headquarters:
Toronto
Industry: Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

2. Sanofi
Score:
86.5
Headquarters: Paris
Industry: Manufacturing

3. Anglo American
Score:
83.75
Headquarters: London
Industry: Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

4. Alcatel-Lucent
Score:
83
Headquarters: Paris
Industry: Information

5. Deutsche Telekom
Score:
82.25
Headquarters: Bonn, Germany
Industry: Information

6. Baxter International
Score:
82
Headquarters: Deerfield, Illinois
Industry:  Manufacturing

7. Intel Corporation
Score:
81.75
Headquarters: Santa Clara, California
Industry: Manufacturing

8. Ford Motor Company
Score:
79
Headquarters: Dearborn, Michigan
Industry:  Manufacturing

9. Samsung Electronics
Score:
78
Headquarters: Suwon, South Korea
Industry: Manufacturing

10. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company
Score:
77
Headquarters: Hsinchu, Taiwan
Industry: Manufacturing

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