December 3, 2019
Suzanne HilkerStaff Writer
Best Buy landed at No. 53 on America’s Most Responsible Companies list, published by Newsweek. In the first year of the ranking, we earned the third-highest score among retailers.
Being a responsible company has been a focus of Best Buy for more than a decade. We believe in taking care of the environment, treating people well and helping our communities stay strong. We are proud of the milestones we have reached so far, such as collecting more than 2 billion pounds of e-waste for recycling. We also operate more than 30 Best Buy Teen Tech Centers in underserved communities across the country.
We do this work on behalf of our stakeholders: employees, customers, investors, partners and community members. And we aren’t stopping.
Watch this video to learn more about how Best Buy does well by doing good.
Statista, in partnership with Newsweek, evaluated 2,000 of the largest U.S. public companies. Companies were scored based on publicly available environmental, social and governance data points, as well as a survey of 6,500 U.S. consumers.