CE Companies Dominate Newsweek's Green List
When Newsweek released its list last week of America's greenest companies this week, consumer electronics firms took the topi three spots, four of the top five and ten of the top 13.
According to the Consumer Electronics Association, the top three companies in the U.S. (Dell, HP, and IBM), the fifth (Intel), sixth (Sprint Nextel), seventh (Adobe) and 9th (Yahoo) are all CEA members. Three foreign CEA members - Sony, Panasonic and Toshiba- made the top ten of the global list.
"Newsweek's list illustrates our industry's overwhelming commitment to the environment and fostering a green economy," Gary Shapiro, CEA's president and CEO, said as part of the announcement. "This recognition shines a well-deserved light on the achievements of our member companies and the industry as a whole.