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Apple tops Fortune's most admired companies list, no Indian firm makes cut

Others in top 10 include Disney, Alphabet, General Electric, Southwest Airlines, Facebook, Microsoft

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Tech giant Apple has been named the most admired company in the world, followed by Amazon and Starbucks in a list compiled by Fortune magazine, but no Indian firm could make the cut. Others in the top ten include Berkshire Hathaway, Disney, Alphabet, General Electric, Southwest Airlines, Facebook and Microsoft. According to Fortune, some 3,800 executives, analysts, directors and experts voted for these companies. Fortune collaborated with its partner Korn Ferry Hay Group on this survey of corporate reputations. "We began with a universe of about 1,500 candidates: the 1,000 ...

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Others in top 10 include Disney, Alphabet, General Electric, Southwest Airlines, Facebook, Microsoft Tech giant Apple has been named the most admired company in the world, followed by Amazon and Starbucks in a list compiled by Fortune magazine, but no Indian firm could make the cut. Others in the top ten include Berkshire Hathaway, Disney, Alphabet, General Electric, Southwest Airlines, Facebook and Microsoft. According to Fortune, some 3,800 executives, analysts, directors and experts voted for these companies. Fortune collaborated with its partner Korn Ferry Hay Group on this survey of corporate reputations. "We began with a universe of about 1,500 candidates: the 1,000 ... image
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Apple tops Fortune's most admired companies list, no Indian firm makes cut

Others in top 10 include Disney, Alphabet, General Electric, Southwest Airlines, Facebook, Microsoft

Tech giant Apple has been named the most admired company in the world, followed by Amazon and Starbucks in a list compiled by Fortune magazine, but no Indian firm could make the cut. Others in the top ten include Berkshire Hathaway, Disney, Alphabet, General Electric, Southwest Airlines, Facebook and Microsoft. According to Fortune, some 3,800 executives, analysts, directors and experts voted for these companies. Fortune collaborated with its partner Korn Ferry Hay Group on this survey of corporate reputations. "We began with a universe of about 1,500 candidates: the 1,000 ...

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