Intel is ranked No. 1 on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Green Power Partnership National Top 100 list , marking the ninth consecutive year the company has been recognized as the nation’s largest voluntary purchaser of green power by the EPA
Intel’s Rosalind Hudnell was named to Ebony’s Power 100 List , which “recognizes those who lead, inspire and demonstrate through their individual talents, the very best in Black America.” Ebony included Hudnell for her role in Intel’s diversity initiatives to bring more women and underrepresented people of color to Intel. Read more about Intel’s diversity and inclusion efforts.
Earlier this month, Insight Enterprises announced Intel Security as the winner of the Synergy 16 Emerging Partner Award at its 2015 Partner Forum in Scottsdale, AZ. Intel Security was recognized for its extraordinary contributions to Insight’s success, and for having the representative that best embodies the Insight core values of Hunger, Heart and Harmony. Insight and Intel Security will continue to partner to provide hardware, software and service solutions across business, government, healthcare and education markets
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich ranked #17 on ExecRank’s Top Mega and Large Cap CEOs list , an annual ranking that looks at executive performance across key areas including business results during tenure, earnings, and industry reputation. ExecRank is the largest global marketplace for advisors and board members.
Intel has been named to the 2015 Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes , marking the company’s 17th consecutive appearance on the World Index and 11th consecutive appearance on the North America Index.
Gartner Research began ranking company’s supply chains a decade ago in order to identify companies that best demonstrate leadership in applying demand-driven principles to drive business results. This week Gartner announced 2015 rankings at their annual Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference in Phoenix, Arizona.
Recognized by Forbes and the Reputation Institute, Intel has ranked 8th on the 2014 Global CSR RepTrak Ranking . Scores for this ranking are based on companies’ performance in leadership, products and services, innovation citizenship, governance, and workplace. Companies including Google, Apple, Lego and Rolex, joined Intel at the top of this ranking.
Bloomberg LP and The Points of Light Foundation have honored Intel today as a winner in The Civic 50 . Each year, the Civic 50 recognizes America’s most community-minded companies, providing them with a roadmap to improve the communities where they do business.