Newsweek and Statista Announce Third Annual Most Trustworthy Companies in America Ranking

2024 ranking comprises 700 companies including Collins Aerospace, Bose, Goodyear, Procter & Gamble and Visa

NEW YORK, March 27, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Newsweek, the modern global digital news organization, in partnership with Statista, announced today the release of its Most Trustworthy Companies in America rankings. This is Newsweek’s third Most Trustworthy Companies in America ranking, which includes 700 companies across 23 different industries.

Newsweek provides guidance to consumers, investors and employees by highlighting the most trustworthy companies according to consumer trust, investor trust and employee trust. Consideration includes all companies headquartered in the US with a revenue of over $500 million, and more than 97,000 evaluations of companies were submitted.

“The Third Annual Most Trustworthy Companies in America celebrates the unwavering commitment of companies that prioritize integrity, transparency, and reliability,” said Josh Smith, Newsweek’s Director of Growth and Strategic Partnerships. “As we continue to navigate a complex business landscape, these honorees serve as beacons of trust, embodying values that resonate with consumers and stakeholders alike.”

The top companies per industry include:

  • Aerospace & Defense - Collins Aerospace
  • Appliances & Electronics - Bose
  • Automotive & Components - Goodyear
  • Banks - Navy Federal
  • Construction - Andersen Construction
  • Consulting & Professional Services - Adtalem Global Education
  • Consumer Goods - Procter & Gamble
  • Energy & Utilities - American Transmission Company
  • Financial Services - Visa
  • Food & Beverage - Quaker Oats
  • Grocery & Convenience Stores - Publix
  • Health Care & Life Sciences - Teladoc Health
  • Insurances - American Equity
  • Machines & Industrial Equipment - Grainger
  • Materials & Chemicals - Sherwin-Williams
  • Media & Entertainment - DreamWorks Animation
  • Real Estate & Housing - Kraft Group
  • Retail - Chewy
  • Software & Telecommunications - DocuSign
  • Technology Hardware - NVIDIA
  • Textiles, Clothing & Luxury Goods - Levi Strauss
  • Transport, Logistics & Packaging - United Parcel Service
  • Travel, Dining & Leisure - Marriott International

See the full ranking report here:

About Newsweek:
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Ben Billingsley
Broadsheet Communications for Newsweek