Classy (a subsidiary of GoFundMe)
a software company that aims to help nonprofits do good in the world. Curious how Classy calibrates as a company to work for --request
United launched a new brand campaign called “Good Leads The Way” to hype its fuel innovation, as well as its diversity, customer service, and safety record --fastcompany.com
World's Most Ethical Companies (website)
In 2022, 136 organizations are recognized for their unwavering commitment to business integrity. The honorees span 22 countries and 45 industries --see link
The Maruchan brand is used for noodle products in Japan, and as the operating name for Toyo Suisan's division in the United States --wikipedia
John Deere (company)
manufactures agricultural machinery, heavy equipment, forestry machinery, diesel engines, drivetrains (axles, transmissions, gearboxes) used in heavy equipment, and lawn care equipment
"When combined with its subsidiaries, it is the second-largest airline in Europe in terms of passengers carried" --wikipedia
The Walt Disney Company
multinational entertainment and media conglomerate. Revenues of $67 billion in 2021. 190,000 employees. --wikipedia
Veritas Publishing (update)
Original imprint of Dr. Hawkins' books announces new, stringent copyright enforcement.
Quaise (geothermal energy company)
"Our gyrotron-powered drilling platform vaporizes boreholes through rock and provides access to deep geothermal heat without complex downhole equipment."
Some of their brands: Birds Eye, Duncan Hines, Healthy Choice, Marie Callender's, Reddi-wip, and Slim Jim
the consumer and commercial banking subsidiary of the U.S. multinational banking and financial services holding company, JPMorgan Chase.
Bank of America
The bank operates globally, providing financial services to retail and business customers, institutional investors, and government entities. It's market cap value is $232.3 billion as of June 2020. -Investopedia
“the world's leading home-improvement retailer with over 2,200 stores throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. It also offers more than 1 million products online.” -Investopedia. Wwas 305 in TvF (2005).
Johnson & Johnson
The pharmaceuticals business makes up roughly half of Johnson & Johnson’s pretax income. Medical devices make up 40% and consumer products 10%. -Investopedia
Calibrated as a company. Was 211 in TvF.
Calibrated as a company. Was 210 in TvF.
Was 205 in 2005, according to Truth vs. Falsehood. Calibrated as a company.
Was 365 in 2005. How about now?
"the world's largest asset manager, with US$9.5 trillion in assets under management as of October, 2021" --wikipedia