ESG (environmental, social and governance) business intelligence provider RepRisk has released the fifth edition of its Most Controversial Companies (MCC) report. The report (click here to read) “outlines the ten companies that had the highest Reputational Risk Index (RRI) in 2014 – and therefore, the highest exposure to ESG risks.” Stated in the introduction: “It is interesting to note that the incidents faced by the ten companies listed in the report fall primarily into the social and governance categories, with accusations focusing on corruption, fraud, defective products, occupational health and safety, and supply chain issues.” The companies headquartered in the United States making the list are Uber Technologies, General Motors, and Neiman Marcus Group. Six out of the ten listed are located in Asia.
RepRisk Releases Most Controversial Companies Report
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