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Amazon Crowned The Most Reputable Company

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 3 years ago

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An anonymous reader writes "Amazon has been named the most reputable company in the US this year (up from 21st place last year), according to the sixth annual list of the 150 Most Reputable Companies from advisory firm Reputation Institute (RI), in partnership with Forbes Media. The list is based on RI's US RepTrak Pulse Study, which measures trust, esteem, admiration, and good feelings consumers have towards the largest 150 companies based on revenue in the US. The ratings are analyzed from nearly 33,000 online consumer responses taken in January and February."
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Hmmm (1)

ideaz (1981092) | more than 3 years ago | (#35724510)

The glassdoor website has a different story to tell, thats the perspective of the employees though...

Re: Hmmm (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35726870)

The glassdoor website has a different story to tell, thats the perspective of the employees though...

Similar to employee comments on, as an author (for a small engineering publisher) Amazon is very much a mixed blessing. It's true that Amazon can sell a lot of books, but they insist on huge discounts and nasty terms. The terrible engineering managers may also have taken over purchasing and relations with publishers? There have been times when our publisher didn't accept the terms and then our books have been listed on Amazon as "out of print" -- a bold faced lie. This has the effect of dissuading potential customers from looking further...since everyone knows that Amazon has everything, right?

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