November 2004
Brand Strategy;Nov2004, Issue 187, p40
Trade Publication
Presents the results of a research study on corporate reputation. Important factor driving company's reputation; Top three factors that customers consider before buying brand/service; Nonfinancial factors that investors consider before investing in the company; Social responsibility initiatives undertaken in the past two years.


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