5 CSR Europe members on Fortune's 2017 Change the World List

Toyota, Johnson & Johnson, Enel, Microsoft and IBM  make Fortune's 2017 Change the World List, which presents 50 top companies globally that have had a "positive social impact through activities that are part od their core business startegy.


The list is collected by Fortune's writers and editors based on ranking on three factors:

1. Measurable social impact: the reach, nature, and durability of the company’s impact on one or more specific societal problems. 

2. Business results: the benefit the socially impactful work brings to the company.

3. Degree of innovation: how innovative the company’s effort is relative to that of others in its industry and whether ­other companies have followed its example.

From CSR Europe members Toyota Motor ranked #8, Johnson & Johnson #9, Enel #20, Microsoft #25 and IBM #35.

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