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Human rights activists who seem to have figured out how...

Postby Mad Howler » Thu Jan 31, 2013 11:25 pm

to ask for what they want.

http://www.hrc.org/apps/buyersguide/ind ... QtB1Wt5mSM

"Caveat emptor" indeed!

I was particularily struck by Berkshire Hathaway's ranking.

Pretty interesting use of public awareness as a tool for progress.

p.s.- And American Apparel's ranking, for some reason that stuck out as well.
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Re: Human rights activists who seem to have figured out how.

Postby narcoleptish » Sat Feb 02, 2013 5:22 pm

Yeah, some interesting finds in there.

Goldman Sachs and Lockheed Martin ranked higher than Apple, Amazon, and Ralph Lauren.

Target ranks very high while Kohls ranks very low.

Virgin America very high. Virgin Media very low.

Trump Organization rates a Zero to match the D's personality.
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Re: Human rights activists who seem to have figured out how.

Postby Mad Howler » Sun Feb 03, 2013 7:48 pm

Yep, it is interesting. It would be less interesting if there is a reason to think the analysis is off base. I have no data to contradict the analysis, anyone else?
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