Corporations rated on sustainability

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IBM, Dell, Intel, and the British grocer Tesco rated most highly in an assessment released Thursday by Ceres, a Boston-based national network of investors and public-interest groups working with companies and investors to address sustainability.
Sixty-three of the world's largest corporations were rated. Others doing well included Wal-Mart, Nike, and Johnson and Johnson. Companies that fared more poorly included Abercrombie and Fitch, which earned zero points, and four of the six companies in the restaurant group, none of which reached 10 on the scale of 100.
Ceres said it rated the companies on how they are addressing climate change "through board of director oversight, management execution, public disclosure, GHG emissions accounting and strategic planning and performance."

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