Showing posts with label World's Most Admired Companies 2010. Show all posts
Showing posts with label World's Most Admired Companies 2010. Show all posts

Friday, March 5, 2010

Apple and Google Top the World's Most Admired Companies 2010: Full List

Apple is still the numero uno

Steve Job's Apple keeps the highly coveted title of the most admired company in the world for the third year, while Google overtakes Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway for the second position.

Google is the second most admired company in the whole wide world (www).

Show: Top 50 All Most Admired: Americas Europe Asia and Australia

The following is the full list of the 2010 World's Most Admired Companies.

Rank Company
1 Apple
2 Google
3 Berkshire Hathaway
4 Johnson & Johnson
6 Procter & Gamble
7 Toyota Motor
8 Goldman Sachs Group
9 Wal-Mart Stores
10 Coca-Cola
11 Microsoft
12 Southwest Airlines
13 FedEx
14 McDonald's
15 IBM
16 General Electric
17 3M
18 J.P. Morgan Chase
19 Walt Disney
20 Cisco Systems
21 Costco Wholesale
22* BMW
22* Target
24 Nike
25 PepsiCo
26 Starbucks
27 Singapore Airlines
28 Exxon Mobil
29 American Express
30 Nordstrom
31 Intel
32 Hewlett-Packard
33 UPS
34 Nestlé
35 Caterpillar
36 Honda Motor
37 Best Buy
38 Sony
39 Wells Fargo
40 eBay
41 Nokia
42 Samsung Electronics
43 Deere
44 L'Oréal
45 AT&T
46 Lowe's
47 General Mills
48 Marriott International
49 DuPont
50 Volkswagen

From the March 22, 2010 issue
For the 50 most admired companies overall, FORTUNE's survey asked businesspeople to vote for the companies that they admired most, from any industry.

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