Quick Study: Apple Supplants Google as Brand with Best Reputation; Biz Bloggers Say ‘Authentic’ CEOs Gain Most Respect


â–¶ Apple Boasts Best Corporate Reputation: Apple, Google and Coca-Cola are the brands boasting the best corporate reputations among U.S. consumers, says a Harris Interactive study. Polling 17,000 adults, the study found that Apple posted the best returns on four of the six metrics assessed: products and services, vision and leadership, financial performance and workplace environment, securing over 86 points in each field. In the 2011 poll, Google finished on top.

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