Xerox Corp. has been named for a second time to the FTSE4Good Index Series, a stock index that measures the performance of companies that meet globally recognized standards for corporate responsibility.
"While we are constantly challenged to do more and do better, equally important is the means we use to achieve our results,” Xerox CEO Ursula Burns said in a statement. “Xerox has long operated in a way that reflects our core values, at the heart of which is a long-standing commitment to citizenship."
Created in 2001 and managed by London-based FTSE Group, an independent global index company, FTSE4Good Index Series is a series of benchmark and tradable indices. Xerox met the FTSE4Good criteria for corporate responsibility, human rights, environmental actions, social and stakeholder engagement, and countering bribery, the company said.
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