Nine Indiana-based companies are included in Newsweek’s annual ranking of “America’s Most Trustworthy Companies.” The publication says 400 companies are ranked across nearly two dozen industries based on a survey of 50,000 U.S. residents.
Newsweek partnered with market research firm Statista to develop the rankings. The list features publicly-traded companies headquartered in the U.S. with $500 million or more in annual revenues. The publication says any companies “that were involved in any recent scandals or lawsuits relevant to a dimension of trust” were excluded from the ranking.
The Indiana companies and their respective industry rankings include:
- Thor Industries Inc. (Elkhart) – No. 3 in Automotive & Components
- Old National Bancorp (Evansville) – No. 20 in Banks
- Kimball International Inc. (Jasper) – No. 13 in Consumer Goods
- Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. (Indianapolis) – No. 4 in Machines & Industrial Equipment
- Franklin Electric Co. Inc. (Fort Wayne) – No. 18 in Machines & Industrial Equipment
- Cummins Inc. (Columbus) – No. 20 in Machines & Industrial Equipment
- Steel Dynamics Inc. (Fort Wayne) – No. 6 in Materials & Chemicals
- Duke Realty Corp. (Indianapolis) – No. 10 in Real Estate & Housing
- Kimball Electronics Inc. (Jasper) – No. 7 in Technology Hardware
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