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Covalence, a Swiss research firm, released its annual ranking of the overall ethical performance of multinational corporations. How'd they make the list? “To complete its ethics index, Covalence compiled both quantitative and qualitative data, spanning seven years, for 581 companies. The data encompass 45 criteria that include labor standards, waste management and human rights records,” Grace Kiser wrote for The Huffington Post
. “And because it is a reputation index, the Covalence survey also incorporates media, industry and NGO documents into its evaluation.” Here are the 12 least ethical companies on the list. Can you guess the winner, or loser, as it were?