Corporate Social (Ir)Responsibility in Media and Communication Industries

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Sandoval, M.;

Microsoft is the most socially responsible company in the world, followed by Google on rank 2 and The Walt Disney Company on rank 3 – at least according to the perceptions of 47,000 people from 15 countries that participated in a survey conducted by the consultancy firm... View more
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