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June 23, 2008 1:58 PM
Posted by Benjamin J. Romano
Harris Interactive released the results of its 2007 corporate reputation survey. Google took the top spot over Microsoft, which was No. 1 last year, and Johnson & Johnson, which was No. 1 every other year going back to the inception of the survey in 1999.
"[Google] scores either in first or second place on reputation drivers of financial performance, vision/leadership, social responsibility and workplace environment," Robert Fronk, senior vice president, senior consultant, reputation strategy, Harris Interactive, said in a news release. Companies are also evaluated on products and services and emotional appeal.
Intel ranked third and Microsoft was 10th. Other notable tech companies on the list:
Other local companies include:
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