Quick Study: Financial Sector Dominates ‘Black List’ Transparency Ranking; E-Mail Delivery Rates Up, Open Rates Are Down
â–¶ In the Black: Corporate Responsibility Magazine announced its annual Black List, the Russell 1000 large-cap companies that tie for the bottom ranking in transparency and corporate citizenship. The list features 58 dimly lit companies, …
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Metrics from over 2.8 billion e-mail messages revealed that delivery rates increased in 2010 while open rates decreased for several reasons, including mobile usage.
The financial sector accounted for more than half of the companies that failed to reveal public data points about their corporate citizenship policies.
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