INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Enterprise) — 5 Indiana-based corporations are amongst an inventory of practically 400 U.S. companies named as probably the most accountable firms within the nation by Newsweek. Columbus-based Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) is the highest-ranked Hoosier firm at No. 24.
The publication says the 2021 America’s Most Accountable Firms record represents corporations that “care about being good residents and provides again to the communities.”
The Indiana corporations making the record:
No. 24 Cummins Inc.
No. 118 Eli Lilly & Co.
No. 254 Simon Property Group
No. 271 Hill-Rom Holdings
No. 311 Zimmer-Biomet Holdings
Newsweek partnered with analytical agency Statista to gauge the businesses on environmental stewardship, social engagement, and company governance.
“As you possibly can see, the 399 corporations on our record are in dozens of various industries and differ broadly in measurement. However they share the values that all of us prioritize, and that’s value recognizing in any yr,” mentioned Nancy Cooper, Newsweek’s International editor-in-chief.
The 399 corporations have been chosen from 2,000 of the biggest public corporations by income within the U.S. Newsweek says it solely checked out corporations which have a broadcast Company Accountability Report.
The publication says it additionally surveyed 7,500 U.S. residents about perceptions of the businesses.
Different corporations with sizeable staffs and funding in Indiana, however will not be headquartered right here, additionally made the record. Click here to view the rankings.