Moral Rating Agency

The Good, Bad and Ugly

Indelible Ledger of 5-dimension moral ratings of top global corporations’ response to the invasion of Ukraine 
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Wholesome Farm

Rated as its parent Sysco
USA

Associated brands: Sysco, Arrezzio, Baker's Source, Block&Barrel, Buckhead Pride, Butcher's Block, Casa Solana, Citavo, Earth Plus, Fire River Farms, House Recipe, Jade Mountain, Newport Pride , Pica y Salpica, Portico Seafood

Speedy Boycotter without Attitude
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77

'Speedy' for a 7 to 8 Speed Score; 'Boycotter' for a 9 to 10 Degree Score; 'without Attitude' for a 0 in Attitude Score.

Pre-invasion Status
1.0
De minimus Exposure
Potential sacrifice
1.0
De minimus Power
Potential economic impact
Post-invasion Events
10.0  Degree
What?
7.0  Speed
When?
0.0  Attitude
How?
Sysco has been an importer from Russia, with no other Activities. It reported that it is finding alternative suppliers in a clear statement of disconnection with Russia.
Date of Announcement: 17 March 2022
Our Moral Verdict
Not an interesting story. This giant company is only a small importer from Russia which was easily able to quit and switch its sourcing elsewhere. To its credit, it moved quite fast, and we gave it a Leader of Pack bonus for being ahead of its sector. We didn't spot any comment about Russia or the war, so it is classed as a Strong Silent Type. Nor did we see any contribution to Ukraine, so, combined with the statement silence, it ended with a zero Attitude Score. Anyway, it did get out and ahead of its peers.
Rating as of: 17 March 2022

Wickedly Prime

Rated as its parent Amazon
USA

Associated brands: Amazon, Mae, Mama Bear, Pinzon, Presto!, Solimo, Wag, alkove, Amazing Baby, Amfit Nutrition, Arabella, Arthur Harvey, Basic Care, BELEI, Buttoned Down, Cable Stitch, Coastal Blue, Comfort Denim Outfitters, Daily Ritual, Ella Moon, Emma Riley, Eono, Fabric.com, Franklin Tailored, Goodthreads, Happy Belly, Haven Outerwear, House & Shields, Inkast Denim, Iris & Lily, James & Erin, Lark & Ro, Life Long, Movian, Myx Store, NuPro, OWN PWR, Peak Performance Nutrition, Peak Velocity, Ravenna Home, Revly, Scout & Ro, Simple Joys by Carter's, Spotted Zebra, Stone & Beam, Tiksounds, Umi, Vedaca, Vedaka

Laggard Boycotter with Power
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62

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Boycotter' for a 9 to 10 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Pre-invasion Status
1.0
De minimus Exposure
Potential sacrifice
10.0
Extreme Power
Potential economic impact
Post-invasion Events
10.0  Degree
What?
3.0  Speed
When?
2.5  Attitude
How?
It has "suspended" shipment of retail products to customers based in Russia and Belarus and will "no longer be accepting new Russia and Belarus-based AWS sign-ups and Amazon third-party sellers." The statement also reported "suspending access to Prime Video for customers based in Russia", and said it had stopped taking orders for New World, its only video game directly sold in Russia. As for the reason, it said, "We have a long-standing policy of not doing business with the Russian government" and it expressed "horror and concern" about the situation.
Date of Announcement: 8 March 2022
Our Moral Verdict

This is a company that has prided itself on not getting its hands dirty with Russia, specifically citing its long-standing policy of working with the Russian market from the outside. Given this pre-invasion distancing policy, it is surprising it took the company so long to make its move. Peers in online businesses moved earlier (Meta on 25 February and Alphabet on 4 March). For this delay, Amazon's Speed Score suffered a Chicken Penalty of 2. It also suffered a Pressure Penalty of 2 for moving after it received a letter from the Ukrainian government asking it to cut off the AWS Cloud Services in Russia. Also, the wording of Amazon's statement (referring to historical policies and not ascribing its "horror" to the perpetrator) puts it in the Mealy-Mouther category. If it has never wanted to associate with the Russian government, why can't it admonish the invasion properly?

Meanwhile, it made a big deal of the contributions to Ukraine, but as a percentage of its profits these are de minimis. For all these reasons, this without-excuse company could have got a rating of 100 instead of 62. What's really important, however, is that Amazon did the right thing and delivered impact. Our calculations show an Exposure level of only 1, partly on account of the sheer size of Amazon, in contrast to a Power level of 10. This meant the company was looking at a morally/commercially irresistible Return on Sacrifice opportunity of 1,000%. Amazon made the right decision even if it was a no-brainer.

Rating as of: 29 April 2022

Wild Bean Café

Rated as its parent BP
Britain

Associated brands: BP, Amoco, Ampm, Aral, Castrol

Speedy Faint-hearted Seriously-exposed with great Attitude & Power
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57

'Speedy' for a 7 to 8 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'Seriously exposed' for a 4 to 10 Exposure Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Pre-invasion Status
10.0
Extreme Exposure
Potential sacrifice
5.0
Average Power
Potential economic impact
Post-invasion Events
4.0  Degree
What?
7.0  Speed
When?
10.0  Attitude
How?
The company stated it recognizes "Russia's attack on Ukraine" as "an act of aggression", and concluded that its "involvement with Rosneft, a state-owned enterprise... cannot continue". It "will exit" its shareholding in Rosneft where it has held a 19.75% since 2013. The statement said that both BP-nominated directors resigned from the Rosneft board. Changes to its accounting treatment of Rosneft mean that the British gas giant will "no longer recognize a share in Rosneft’s net income, production and reserves".
Date of Announcement: 27 February 2022
Our Moral Verdict
BP is a mixed picture. It moved lightning fast and might have had a statement ready in advance of the invasion, beating its peers to the punch and setting off a Domino Exit within the sector: Shell and Equinor the next day, and Exxon Mobil, Chevron, and ENI a day after that, followed by many others in the industry. Moreover, BP made a picture-perfect leadership statement and its donations to Ukraine were generous, fast, detailed and involved its own employees in the field. On top of that, its Exposure is immense. 5% of profitability or cash flow is one of the highest we have monitored. So far, so good. However, its rating was harmed by absence of real actions: the assets must be disposed of. Not many people want to buy Russian assets and their value is huge, making it harder to find someone with deep enough pockets. We rate Announcements of unsold assets without a concrete timeframe with a Degree Score of 4 because, unless the sale of the asset actually happens, there is zero economic impact on Russia and it remains an empty promise. Companies may be unable to find a buyer or find offers insultingly low. Indeed, it's an interesting moral question how many low offers a company should be allowed to reject before accepting what may actually be today’s full market price for Russian assets. In fact, we predict that many promised sales of foreign-owned Russian assets will never be realized because local offers for them will be rejected and the process may run on long enough till the seller can justify canceling it. BP reporting it will not recognize the Rosneft assets and profits in its accounts does not mean that BP won't recognize them in the future if the shares can't be sold and BP can then justify patching things up with Russia. The company has been rated under the rules of Full but Incomplete, but this is one to watch for an Upgrade if BP indeed completes the sale or for a U-Turn if our fears come to pass. BP, currently you are classed as an Asset Sloth with 57 points. Make sure you offload your Russian assets without delay and don't be tempted to sell them to another foreign company which would simply fill your shoes with another foreign investor in Russia, as Shell is reported to be trying to do with Chinese buyers. If you do, we will classify it as a Circular Exit.
Rating as of: 12 April 2022

Wind Tre

Rated as its parent CK Hutchison Holdings
China

Associated brands: CK Hutchison Holdings, Hutch, Kruidvat, Metro Broadcast Corporation, ParknShop, Savers, The Perfume Shop, Three, ICI Paric XL, Mr. Juicy, Superdrug , Watsons, Watsons Water, Watsons's Wine

Laggard Faint-hearted without Attitude but with Power
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25

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'without Attitude' for a 0 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Pre-invasion Status
1.0
De minimus Exposure
Potential sacrifice
8.6
Extreme Power
Potential economic impact
Post-invasion Events
4.0  Degree
What?
3.0  Speed
When?
0.0  Attitude
How?
A spokesperson of the subsidiary A.S. Watson told Nikkei Asia that the group "decided in end-January to cease trading in Russia, due to the unsatisfactory business performance." An A.S. Watson store official also said the group's Russian online shop would cease taking orders on 21 March, while physical stores would close by 30 June.
Date of Announcement: 16 March 2022
Our Moral Verdict
This is a strange story of a Retroactive – saying that you decided at a significantly earlier date to do what you are disclosing only now. This technique is usually deployed by companies embarrassed for having waited so long. In the case of this Chinese group, the Retroactive applies to a decision that is purported to have been made prior to the invasion, which is what makes it particularly interesting. Perhaps it was the only way for CK to do the right thing and not get into trouble with the Chinese government – a government eager to avoid siding with the West against Russia and notorious for dictating what its companies do. We suspect China has instructed state-controlled groups, and even others, not to make overt counter-reactions to the invasion. The solution may be to say you had already decided to do so before the invasion, allowing everyone to save face. In fact, how else could a company finesse such a conflict. There’s no surprise that CK passed no comment on the invasion. Of course, it is possible it did indeed decide months before and just forgot to mention what is quite a significant event. In our rating, we are giving CK credit from the date the action was disclosed since backdating the Speed Score seems a little too generous in the circumstances. If we were making a movie, this could inspire a great cloak-and-dagger plot – a climate of censorship or hardcore censorship mixed with corporate morality mixed with corporate self-preservation to deliver the moral outcome in an ingenious way, against the backdrop of repercussions from the command state. Back to reality and the rating: we calculated the company had an Exposure Score of 1 compared to a Power score of 8.6 (an irresistible 860% Return on Sacrifice). This comes from the Multiplier Effects of the sectors it is involved in, as well as the fact that any withdrawal from Russia by a Chinese company must send the alarm bells ringing in the Kremlin even louder than the church bells of St. Basil's Cathedral opposite. Indeed, the rarity of a Chinese company leaving Russia is extreme. A whisper in a silent room doesn't go unnoticed at the Moral Rating Agency, even if had been backdated to be quieter still. There is a lot of reading between the lines here, but we say well done CK in what is probably a minefield Western companies don't have to dance on.
Rating as of: 16 March 2022

Windows

Rated as its parent Microsoft
USA

Associated brands: Microsoft, Bing, LinkedIn, MSN, Skype, Edge, Office

Faint-hearted with great Attitude & Power
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45

'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Pre-invasion Status
2.5
Low Exposure
Potential sacrifice
10.0
Extreme Power
Potential economic impact
Post-invasion Events
4.0  Degree
What?
6.0  Speed
When?
6.5  Attitude
How?

At the time of the invasion, it had numerous Activities in Russia, such as product sales, innovation centers, software development and technology centers. In its earliest statement (28 February 2022) it said it was "protecting Ukraine from cyberattacks", "state-sponsored disinformation campaigns" and providing "support for humanitarian assistance".

On 4 March, the company released an Announcement that it would "suspend all new sales of Microsoft products and services in Russia". It condemned the "unjustified, unprovoked and unlawful invasion by Russia." Several days later, according to Reuters, CEO Brad Smith wrote to the Ukrainian government saying, Microsoft "would continue doing business in the country with non-sanctioned clients, including schools and hospitals", adding that "Depriving these institutions of software updates and services could put at risk the health and safety of innocent civilians, including children and the elderly".

In late March, the company announced a $35m commitment to help Ukraine. On a 26 April conference call, CFO Amy Hood said revenue generated in Russia represents less than 1% of total company revenue and "we expect that it will decline significantly", adding Microsoft would suffer an impact on earnings per share (EPS) of $0.01.

Date of Announcement: 4 March 2022
Our Moral Verdict

The 4 March Announcement sounded like no new clients in Russia would be able to get Microsoft's services ("suspend all new sales of Microsoft products and services in Russia"). Zelensky then posted on Twitter calling for further actions from Microsoft. Reuters reported worrying words from Microsoft in reply, that the company "would continue doing business in the country with non-sanctioned clients, including schools and hospitals". Does that mean Microsoft feels free to service any existing client, or perhaps also a new one, if it is not sanctioned, and that schools and hospital are just examples? Either way, if the report is true, the company showed itself to be a Confused Humanitarian by making these exclusions. Putin isn't going to relinquish his power unless Russian people want him to, so we sadly need to exert pressure on the whole economy.

This is a case of us thinking we were getting more than we got. In addition to some continuing services, the Announcement didn't report whether Microsoft's in-country operations will be closed. For all these reasons, it got a low Degree Score. On Speed, Microsoft was a Chicken because it followed HP, Apple, Dell Technologies, Oracle, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and SAP. The silver lining was its Denouncer statement against Russia. You can hardly ask for better words such as "unjustified, unprovoked and unlawful invasion by Russia," which together with a moderate level of financial support to Ukraine, worth 0.1% of profits, got the company 6.5 points in Attitude.

Rating as of: 26 April 2022

Wing

Rated as its parent Alphabet
USA

Associated brands: Alphabet, Calico, DoubleClick, Fitbit, Google, Looker, Loon, Nest, Verily, Waymo LLC, Waze, YouTube

Boycotter with great Attitude & Power
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78

'Boycotter' for a 9 to 10 Degree Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Pre-invasion Status
1.0
De minimus Exposure
Potential sacrifice
10.0
Average Power
Potential economic impact
Post-invasion Events
10.0  Degree
What?
6.0  Speed
When?
5.5  Attitude
How?
Google first paused ads from state-funded Russian entities on 28 February, before pausing all Russian ads a few days later (3 March). It is also part of initiatives to help war-afflicted Ukrainians, such as rolling out a rapid Air Raid Alerts system for Android phones in Ukraine, helping those affected get to safety. It has not removed Russian access to free services (such as Google search and Youtube), and this is in alignment with the idea that big tech corporations can help to prevent the spread of misinformation and Russian propaganda. These actions were in response to the Russian "invasion" of Ukraine, which it described as "a tragedy".  Bloomberg also reports it operates an office in Russia, whose staff have been relocated (mostly to Dubai, where the company has a large presence).
Date of Announcement: 3 March 2022
Our Moral Verdict

The contrast between Alphabet's Google and Meta's Facebook is brought alive by our rating rules being imposed on both of their stories. Both companies look like they are doing a lot, but Alphabet comes out as the clear moral winner. Both companies quickly decided to cut advertising from Russian state media. Meta basically left it at that. Alphabet, however, had within five days announced it would cut all Russian advertising.

Rated on the basis of its deeper withdrawal, Alphabet got a lower Speed score including a Chicken Penalty (it was slower than Meta also for the initial move against Russian state-controlled media). However, we consider Alphabet's withdrawal Full & Complete with a 10 score for Degree, compared to Meta's score of just 2. Also, Alphabet was a Denouncer of Russia, having the gut to use the word "invasion" which the Russian government hates, compared to Meta's Mealy-Mouther statement. At the end of the day, Google isn't making money from Russian advertising and isn't helping the Russian economy as a result.

Alphabet has an extreme Power level, just as Meta had, because of both economic power by being able to disconnect a major advertising medium from Russian companies, but also because of the Ostracizing effect of being able to let tens of millions of Russians know that a Russian company is persona non grata, for which we gave both companies 10 in Power. However, doing the right thing was less expensive for Alphabet than Meta, which may explain why Meta has failed to do so. Alphabet's Russian revenues were 0.4% versus 1.8% for Meta. This de minimus Exposure of Alphabet put it in the enviable position of looking at a 1,000% Return on Sacrifice opportunity. Either this moral-commercial trade-off was irresistible to Alphabet, or it simply never contemplated its own small Sacrifice and just chose to do the right thing.

Rating as of: 20 April 2022

Winners

Rated as its parent TJX
USA

Associated brands: TJX, HomeGoods, HomeSense, Marshalls, Sierra, TK Maxx

Sprinting Half-hearted
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72

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Half-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score.

Pre-invasion Status
1.5
De minimus Exposure
Potential sacrifice
1.0
De minimus Power
Potential economic impact
Post-invasion Events
6.0  Degree
What?
9.0  Speed
When?
5.0  Attitude
How?
In November 2019, TJX invested $225 million for a 25% non-controlling, minority interest in privately held fashion retailer Familia. It has "committed" to divest and said it will sell its equity at a loss. Additionally, it said it has "instructed" its buyers globally to stop buying merchandise from Russia and Belarus. It added: "At TJX, we unite with others around the world in our condemnation of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and deplore the senseless military aggression that is killing, injuring, and displacing innocent people."
Date of Announcement: 3 March 2022
Our Moral Verdict
TJX looks sincere about getting out of Russia by instructing suppliers not to source there and making a commitment to sell its investment in Familia. The Degree Score of 6 reflects it being an Asset Sloth because there was no timeframe given for the sale. Its statement against Russia was a picture-perfect Denouncer, with its Attitude Score being brought down by no obvious donation to Ukraine. On Speed, it got a Leader of Pack bonus for making its move before peer companies such as Alimentation Couche-Tard and CK Hutchison. We are looking forward to a report which states it got out of Familia.
Rating as of: 3 March 2022

WOMAI.COM

Rated as its parent COFCO
China

Associated brands: COFCO, Fortune, Greatwall, Chateau de Viaud, China Tea, Jiugui, Joy City, Joycome, Kong Yiji, Mengniu Dairy

Shameless failing to use its Power without having to make a sacrifice
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-9

'Shameless' for continued involvement with Russia;'without having to make a sacrifice' for a 3 to below Exposure Score;'failing to use its Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Pre-invasion Status
1.0
De minimus Exposure
Potential sacrifice
4.0
Average Power
Potential economic impact
Post-invasion Events
0.0  Degree
What?
0.0  Speed
When?
0.0  Attitude
How?
COFCO has imported various commodities from Russia, including soybeans, barley, and wheat. We have not monitored an Announcement.
Our Moral Verdict
Like other Chinese companies, COFCO appears stifled by the Chinese regime. It has remained quiet as a mouse. Chinese companies have the power to cause a Strategic Disturbance effect on Russia if they pull out, and we calculate COFCO would reap a four-fold Return on Sacrifice. That would be great, but we are not naïve enough to hold out too much hope.
Rating as of: 1 May 2022

Worcester Bosch

Rated as its parent Bosch Group
Germany

Associated brands: Bosch Group, AutoCrew, Balay, Coldex, Constructa, Dremel, Dynacord, Electro-Voice, ETAS, Gaggenau, HC Cargo, Home Connect, ITK Engineering, Junkers, Neff, Pitsos, Profilo, Robinair, Telex, Thermador, Zexel

Laggard Faint-hearted with Power
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-4

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Pre-invasion Status
1.0
De minimus Exposure
Potential sacrifice
9.5
Extreme Power
Potential economic impact
Post-invasion Events
0.1  Degree
What?
1.0  Speed
When?
5.0  Attitude
How?
Bosch was reported by Bloomberg to have "halted deliveries of truck components to Russian customers" as parts "may have been misused" by the Russian infantry. The article also reported "that production in its Russian factories would be cut back due to disrupted supply chains and the halt of deliveries", and that it "anticipates suspending production completely in all its Russian factories, including its household-goods plant in St. Petersburg." Regarding the situation in Ukraine, its statement said, "war can never be the answer to political conflict".
Date of Announcement: 16 March 2022
Our Moral Verdict
Bosch wasn't serious about leaving Russia. That was bad enough, but it was able to hide in the same boat as other companies remaining in Russia. That safety-in-numbers game came to a crashing end when Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba claimed Bosch parts were found in Russian military vehicles. Bosch suddenly became not only a company failing to leave but allegedly also breaking EU sanctions. The company's response was pitiful. That would have been the moment to get out of Russia completely rather than keep options open with the regime when under so much scrutiny. The Announcement itself committed to ceasing supplies of truck components and added the company "anticipates suspending" production in Russia. The "anticipates" means it failed to get credit from us for that part, and the "suspending" would make it a Mothballer anyway. In terms of timing, even when Bosch did make a move, it was later than the rest of the sector, along with Bridgestone, and trailing other auto parts producers pulling out of Russia such as Tata Motors, Hyundai, Mazda, Magna, ZF Freidrichshafen, Continental, and Zhejiang Geely. For this it gets a Chicken Penalty. It also lost Speed points because it received criticism from the Ukrainian government before making its Announcement. This litany of deficiencies eroded its Moral Rating down to minus 4 points, which is the lowest rating given for a company that has left Russia.
Rating as of: 22 March 2022

Workplace

Rated as its parent Meta (formerly Facebook)
USA

Associated brands: Meta (formerly Facebook), Instagram, Messenger, Oculus, WhatsApp, Diem, Facebook, Mapillary

Sprinting Faint-hearted Seriously-exposed with Power
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47

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'Seriously exposed' for a 4 to 10 Exposure Score;'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Pre-invasion Status
3.5
Average Exposure
Potential sacrifice
10.0
Extreme Power
Potential economic impact
Post-invasion Events
2.0  Degree
What?
10.0  Speed
When?
3.0  Attitude
How?
On 25 February, Nathaniel Gleicher, Meta's Head of security policy, tweeted it was "now prohibiting Russian state media from running ads" or "monetizing" on the platform. On 21 March, Reuters reported Meta had been found guilty of "extremist activity" by a Moscow court. Russia accounts for 1.5% of Meta's advertising revenues, according to CFO Dave Wehner.
Date of Announcement: 25 February 2022
Our Moral Verdict

Has Meta behaved well? If we consider that it acted one day after the invasion, that it pulled state-run media company ads on Facebook, took down anti-Ukrainian activities on its platform, and that Russia retaliated by finding Meta guilty of extremist activity in a Moscow court, it looks like a perfect picture.

However, when we look deeper, we see a different picture. First, the Announcement didn't carry a leadership level denouncement of Russia, making Meta a Mealy-Mouther. But the real failing is that the company continues to offer a major online advertising platform to most companies in Russia. This is of value to the Russian economy or it wouldn't be using the platform. Meta is right that it has a moral duty to allow Russian people to use its media to avoid government censorship and propaganda by obtaining information and communicating with each other freely. But it doesn't need to run advertising at the same time. It could easily be an ad-free environment. That way, Meta could help democracy by undermining censorship and propaganda, while also undermining the economy.

Since Meta, unlike Alphabet's Google, is lining its pockets in this way, we have given it 2 points in Degree for its state-media advertising ban. It gets 10 out of 10 on Speed, by making its move a week before Alphabet and ten days before Amazon.

Since 1.8% of its revenues come from Russia, we gave it an Exposure level of 3.5. Its Power is extreme, from a combination of economic and psychological factors. Imagine the impact on tens of millions of Russians seeing empty ads on the platform in protest, or even better a statement saying that Meta refuses to make money from Russia at this time but continues service as a censorship-free medium for the public good.

It is disappointing and ironic that the company that has made money in the past from selling ads to Russian-controlled and Russian-sympathetic parties trying to influence voters in Western democracies – including for a US presidential election and the Brexit referendum – didn't have the morality to do something to help democracy when it had the chance.

Rating as of: 26 March 2022

OUR MORAL BADGES

Each of Moral Rating Agency’s Moral Badge is generated by combining words we select to describe bands within each of the five dimension scores to allow a reader to see the components of a company’s behavior in linguistic form. The bands relating to each word or words are shown in the definition of each Moral Badge below.

How do we classify a company or organization?

Moral Badges

Description

Companies & Brands

Count

Sprinting Boycotter with Power

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Boycotter' for a 9 to 10 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Acacia Communications, Inc., ACDELCO, Albuquerque Studios, Boss Flight Entertainment, BUICK, CADILLAC, CHEVROLET, Cisco Systems, Deutsche Telekom, Duo Security Inc., General Motors, GMC, GMFINANCIAL, Jasper Technologies, Meraki, Millarworld, Netflix, Night School Studio, ONSTAR., Scanline VFX, T-Mobile, Ultium, Vehicle Intelligence Platform

Count: 

23

Sprinting Boycotter

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Boycotter' for a 9 to 10 Degree Score.

Companies/Brands:  British Gas, Centrica, Direct Energy, Dyno, Hive, Local Heroes

Count: 

6

Sprinting Near-Boycotter with great Attitude & Power

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Near Boycotter' for a 7 to 8 Degree Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Boeing, United Parcel Service, UPS Logistics

Count: 

3

Sprinting Near-Boycotter with Power

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Near Boycotter' for a 7 to 8 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  FedEx

Count: 

1

Sprinting Near-Boycotter without Attitude but with Power

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Near Boycotter' for a 7 to 8 Degree Score; 'without Attitude' for a 0 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Blue Yonder, JVC, Kawakita Denki Kigyosha, National, Panasonic, Quasar, Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., Technics

Count: 

8

Sprinting Half-hearted Seriously-exposed with great Attitude & Power

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Half-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'Seriously exposed' for a 4 to 10 Exposure Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  API Connect, Aspera, Atlas, Blueworks Live, CICS, Cloud Pak, Cloudant, Cognos Inc, International Business Machines, Red Hat Inc., SoftLayer Technologies Inc.

Count: 

11

Sprinting Half-hearted Seriously-exposed with Power

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Half-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'Seriously exposed' for a 4 to 10 Exposure Score;'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Genesis, Hyundai Motor

Count: 

2

Sprinting Half-hearted

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Half-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score.

Companies/Brands:  HomeGoods, HomeSense, Marshalls, Sierra, TJX, TK Maxx, Winners

Count: 

7

Speedy Boycotter without Attitude

'Speedy' for a 7 to 8 Speed Score; 'Boycotter' for a 9 to 10 Degree Score; 'without Attitude' for a 0 in Attitude Score.

Companies/Brands:  Arrezzio, Baker’s Source, Block&Barrel, Buckhead Pride, Butcher’s Block, Casa Solana, Citavo, Earth Plus, Fire River Farms, House Recipe, Jade Mountain, Newport Pride, Pica y Salpica, Portico Seafood, Sysco, Wholesome Farm

Count: 

16

Boycotter with great Attitude & Power

'Boycotter' for a 9 to 10 Degree Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Alphabet, Calico, DoubleClick, Fitbit, Google, Looker, Loon, Nest, Verily, Waymo LLC, Waze, Wing, YouTube

Count: 

13

Boycotter with Power

'Boycotter' for a 9 to 10 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Acura, Alphabet, ASIMO, BMW Group, Designworks., Honda Motor, John Cooper Works, MINI, Mobilityland, Montesa, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars

Count: 

11

Boycotter without Attitude but with Power

'Boycotter' for a 9 to 10 Degree Score; 'without Attitude' for a 0 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  AT&T Broadband, Bravo, Chiller, CNBC, Comcast, Daily Candy, DreamWorks Animation, Fandango, Focus Features, G4, Illumination Entertainment, iVillage, Msnbc, NBCUniversal, Sky, Sprout, Syfy, XUMO

Count: 

18

Sprinting Faint-hearted Seriously-exposed with Power

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'Seriously exposed' for a 4 to 10 Exposure Score;'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Bond Street, Chesterfield, Diem, Facebook, Instagram, IQOS, L&M, Mapillary, Marlboro, Messenger, Meta (formerly Facebook), Muratti, Oculus, Parliament, Philip Morris International, TotalEnergies, WhatsApp, Workplace

Count: 

18

Sprinting Faint-hearted with Power

'Sprinting' for a 9 to 10 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Freightliner, Fuso, Maybach, Mercedes-Benz (formerly Daimler), Setra, Smart, Sterling, Thomas Built Buses, Western Star

Count: 

9

Speedy Near-Boycotter Sacrificer with Power

'Speedy' for a 7 to 8 Speed Score; 'Near Boycotter' for a 7 to 8 Degree Score; 'Sacrificer' for a 4 to 8 Exposure Score;'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  AdGear, Harman International Industries, Joyent, LoopPay , Novaled , Prismview, Proximal Data, Samsung, Simpress, SmartThings 

Count: 

10

Speedy Faint-hearted Seriously-exposed with great Attitude & Power

'Speedy' for a 7 to 8 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'Seriously exposed' for a 4 to 10 Exposure Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Amoco, Ampm, Aral, BP, Castrol, Wild Bean Café

Count: 

6

Speedy Faint-hearted with Power

'Speedy' for a 7 to 8 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Align, All Good, Always, Ambi Pur, Amerisource Bergen, Anderson Packaging, Inc., Ariel, ASD Specialty Healthcare, Inc., Aussie, Bold, Bonux, Bounce, Bounty, Braun, Cascade, Charlie Banana, Charmin, Cheer, Clearblue, Crest, Daz, Downy, Dreft, Fairy, Fairy Non Bio, Febreze, Fixodent, Flash, Gain, Gillette, Head & Shoulders, Herbal Essences, Ivory, joy+glee, Lenor, Luvs, Metamucil, Microban 24, Mif, Mr.Clean, My black is beautiful, Nasivin, Native, Neurobion, New Chapter dietary supplements, Olay, Old Spice, Oral-B, Pampers, Pantene, Pepto-Bismol, Procter & Gamble, Puffs, Rindex 3en1, Safeguard, Salvo, Sangobion, Scope, Seven Seas, SK-II, Snowberry, Swiffer, Tampax, The Art of Shaving, This is L., UltraDowny, Venus, Viakal, Vicks, Zevo, ZzzQuil

Count: 

71

Near-Boycotter with Power

'Near Boycotter' for a 7 to 8 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Deutsche Post DHL Group

Count: 

1

Faint-hearted Seriously-exposed without Attitude but with Power

'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'Seriously exposed' for a 4 to 10 Exposure Score; 'without Attitude' for a 0 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Airbus, ATR (Airbus, Alenia Aeronautica, Leonardo), Daihatsu, Hino, Lexus, Ranz, Stelia Aerospace, Toyota Motor

Count: 

8

Faint-hearted with great Attitude & Power

'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Bing, Edge, LinkedIn, Microsoft, MSN, Office, Skype, Windows

Count: 

8

Laggard Boycotter with great Attitude & Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Boycotter' for a 9 to 10 Degree Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Accenture, Droga5, IMJ Corporation, SinnerSchrader, Trivadis AG

Count: 

5

Laggard Boycotter with Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Boycotter' for a 9 to 10 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  alkove, Amazing Baby, Amazon, Amfit Nutrition, Arabella, Arthur Harvey, Basic Care, BELEI, Buttoned Down, Cable Stitch, Coastal Blue, Comfort Denim Outfitters, Daily Ritual, Ella Moon, Emma Riley, Eono, Fabric.com, Franklin Tailored, Goodthreads, Happy Belly, Haven Outerwear, House & Shields, Inkast Denim, Iris & Lily, James & Erin, Lark & Ro, Life Long, Mae, Mama Bear, Movian, Myx Store, NuPro, OWN PWR, Peak Performance Nutrition, Peak Velocity, Pinzon, Presto!, Ravenna Home, Revly, Scout & Ro, Simple Joys by Carter’s, Solimo, Spotted Zebra, Stone & Beam, Tiksounds, Umi, Vedaka, Wag, Wickedly Prime

Count: 

49

Laggard Near-Boycotter with Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Near Boycotter' for a 7 to 8 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Glencore

Count: 

1

Laggard Near-Boycotter

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Near Boycotter' for a 7 to 8 Degree Score.

Companies/Brands:  Alenza, BANDAG, Blizzak, Bridgestone, DriveGuard, Dueler, FIRESTONE, FUZION, TIRES PLUS, Turanza, WHEEL WORKS

Count: 

11

Laggard Faint-hearted (Upgraded with 20 bonus points for exiting fully and completely)

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score.

Companies/Brands:  Enel

Count: 

1

Laggard Half-hearted Seriously-exposed with Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Half-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'Seriously exposed' for a 4 to 10 Exposure Score;'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  LG Electronics

Count: 

1

Laggard Half-hearted with great Attitude & Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Half-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Alimentation Couche-Tard, Circle K, Collins Aerospace, Ingo, Pratt & Whitney, Raytheon Technologies

Count: 

6

Laggard Half-hearted with great Attitude

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Half-hearted' for a 5 to 6 Degree Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score.

Companies/Brands:  Amundi, BforBank, Credit Agricole, IDIA Capital Investment, LCL, SODICA Corporate Finance

Count: 

6

Laggard Half-hearted with Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Half-hearted' for a 5 to 6 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  U.S. Postal Service

Count: 

1

Laggard Half-hearted with Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Half-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Chassis Brakes, Hikoki, Hitachi, Hüco, Keihin, Kit Plus, Maxell, Nisin, Paraut, Tokico, Tuflong

Count: 

11

Laggard Half-hearted without Attitude but with Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Half-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'without Attitude' for a 0 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Elster Group, EMS Technologies, Inc., Honeywell International, Intelligrated, Intermec, King’s Safetywear, RAE Systems, Sperian Protection, Xtralis

Count: 

9

Speedy Faint-hearted without Attitude but with Power

'Speedy' for a 7 to 8 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'without Attitude' for a 0 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Bank of China

Count: 

1

Faint-hearted

'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score.

Companies/Brands:  Alleanza Toro, Assicurazioni Generali, Europ Assistance Group, INA (Istituto Nazionale delle Assicurazioni)

Count: 

4

Laggard Half-hearted

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Half-hearted' for a 5 to 6 Degree Score.

Companies/Brands:  Cover-More, Farmers Insurance Group, Hambro Life Assurance Plc, Zurich Insurance Group

Count: 

4

Laggard Faint-hearted Seriously-exposed with great Attitude & Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'Seriously exposed' for a 4 to 10 Exposure Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  AcneFree, Ambi, Atelier Cologne, Biotherm, Botanicals Fresh Care, Cacharel, Carita, Carol’s Daughter, CeraVe, Cheryl’s Cosmeceuticals, Clarisonic, Créateurs de Beauté, Dark & Lovely, Decléor, Dermablend, Diesel, E.ON, essie, Garnier, Giorgio Armani Beauty, Helena Rubinstein, House 99, IT Cosmetics, Kéraskin Esthetics, Kérastase, Kiehl’s, L’Oréal, La Roche-Posay, Lancôme, Logocos, Magic Mask, Maison Margiela Fragrances, Matrix Essentials, Maybelline New York, Mixa, Mizani, Niely, NYX Professional Makeup, Paloma Picasso, PureOlogy Research, Ralph Lauren Fragrances, Redken 5th Avenue NYC, Roger & Gallet, Sanoflore, Shu Uemura, Skinceuticals, SoftSheen-Carson, Stylenanda, Urban Decay, Valentino Beauty, Vichy, Yue Sai, Yves Saint Laurent Beauty

Count: 

53

Laggard Faint-hearted Seriously-exposed with Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'Seriously exposed' for a 4 to 10 Exposure Score;'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Abbott Laboratories, Alinity, Animax Broadcast Japan, AXN, BinaxNOW, Bravia, Cardiomems, Confirm Rx, Cyber-shot, Ele Care, Ensure, Fortum, FreeStyle Libre, Gallant ICD, Glucerna , Handycam, Heartmate, i-STAT, Juven, MADHOUSE, Madison Gate Records, Memory Stick, MitraClip, Pedialyte, PediaSure, Proclaim DRG, Similac, Sony, TriStar Pictures, Walkman, Zone Perfect

Count: 

31

Laggard Faint-hearted Seriously-exposed without Attitude but with Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'Seriously exposed' for a 4 to 10 Exposure Score; 'without Attitude' for a 0 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  HiSilicon, Huawei Investment & Holding, Proven Honour Capital Limited

Count: 

3

Laggard Faint-hearted with great Attitude

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'with great Attitude' for a 6 to 10 in Attitude Score.

Companies/Brands:  Angel Risk Management Ltd, Axa, BROOKLYN, Dunlop , Srixon, Sumitomo, XL Insurance Company SE

Count: 

7

Laggard Faint-hearted

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score.

Companies/Brands:  Adfors, Allianz, Artex, Asturienne, Bank Handlowy, Bank One Corp, Bevego, BNP Paribas, Brasilit, British Gypsum, Brødrene Dahl, Cazenove Group, Celotex, Certainteed, Chatham Ventures, Inc., Chemical Equity Incorporated, Citigroup, CONSORSBANK, Creekstone Farms Premium Beef, Euler Hermes, Flexovit, Gavilon, Glassolutions, Gyproc, Helena Agri Enterprises LLC, InstaMed, Isover, Jewson, JP Morgan, Leca, Marubeni, Marubeni Information Systems, Metalmark Capital, Norton, Pasquill, PIMCO, Placo, Rencol, Rigips, SageGlass, Saint-Gobain, Scotframe, Sekurit, SmartestEnergy, The Bear Stearns Companies Inc., Tygon, Vetrotech, Washington Mutual Inc., Weber, WePay

Count: 

50

Laggard Faint-hearted without Attitude but with Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'without Attitude' for a 0 in Attitude Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  CK Hutchison Holdings, Hutch, ICI Paric XL, Kruidvat, Metro Broadcast Corporation, Mr. Juicy, ParknShop, Savers, Superdrug, The Perfume Shop, Three, Watsons, Watsons Water, Watsons’s Wine, Wind Tre

Count: 

15

Laggard Faint-hearted with Power

'Laggard' for a 0 to 5 Speed Score; 'Faint-hearted' for a 1 to 4 Degree Score; 'with Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  AutoCrew, Balay, Bosch Group, Coldex, Constructa, Dremel, Dynacord, Electro-Voice, ETAS, Gaggenau, HC Cargo, Home Connect, ITK Engineering, Junkers, Neff, Pitsos, Profilo, Robinair, Telex, Thermador, Worcester Bosch, Zexel

Count: 

22

Shameless failing to use its Power without having to make a sacrifice

'Shameless' for continued involvement with Russia;'without having to make a sacrifice' for a 3 to below Exposure Score;'failing to use its Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  A Twosome Place, Agricultural Bank of China, Aviation Industry Corp. of China, Band LTE, Baojun, Bestune, BLADE Network Technologies, Century 21 Japan, Chateau de Viaud, ChemChina, China Communications Construction, China Construction Bank, China Construction Design International, China FAW Group, China Harbour Engineering, China Mobile Communications, China National Offshore Oil, China National Petroleum, China Overseas Land and Investment, China Railway Construction, China Railway Engineering Group, China Road and Bridge Corporation, China State Construction Engineering, China Tea, China Telecommunications, CITIC Group, CJ Corp., CMHK, CMLink, COFCO, Country Garden Holdings, DFI Retail Group, DOCOMO, Dongfeng Motor, Epic Games, FamilyMart, Foodville, Fortune, Foxmail, GAC-FCA (Jeep), GAC-Honda, GAC-Mitsubishi, GoTone, Greatwall, Grohmann Engineering GmbH, Guangzhou Automobile Industry Group, Haima, Hibar Systems Ltd., Hongqi, Hunting World, Hycan, IdeaPad, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, Itochu, Jardine Matheson, JD.com, Jiefang, Jiugui, John Holland Group, Joy City, Joycome, Kong Yiji, Legion, Lenovo Group, LeSportsac, Machete, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Maxus, Maxwell Technologies Inc., Medion, Mengniu Dairy, MG, Moment, Motorola Mobility, Nate, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone, NUGU, People’s Insurance Co. of China, Perbix Machine Co. Inc., PetroChina, Qidian, QQ, Qrobot, Roewe, SAIC Motor, Sinochem, SK Group, SolarCity Corp, Tencent Holdings, Tesla, ThinkPad, Tianyi, Timi Studio Group, Tokyo Electric Power, Trumpchi, United Object, VIPS (steakhouse), Wechat (Weixin), WeGame, WOMAI.COM, Xiamen ITG Holding Group, XMXYG, Yoga, Yuejin, Zong

Count: 

105

Shameless without having to make a sacrifice

'Shameless' for continued involvement with Russia;'without having to make a sacrifice' for a 3 to below Exposure Score.

Companies/Brands:  Ahumada, Akpa A.Ş., Arçelik, Ark İnşaat, Aygaz, Bank of America, Beko, Benavides, Birmot, Catlettsburg Refining, LLC, CNH Industrial, Defy Appliances (Pty) Ltd, Demir-Export, Divan Group, Duane Reade, Düzey, Elektra Bregenz, EXOR Group, Ferrari, Flavel, Grundig, Japan Post Holdings, Koç Holding, Lipetgaz, Marathon Petroleum, Merrill Lynch, Mogaz, No. 7, Opet, Otokar, PartnerRe, Pürsu, RMK Marine, S-Oil, SABIC , Saudi Aramco, Sendeo, Setair, Setur, Setur Duty Free, Setur Marinas, Setur Select, Seturbiz.com, Seturmice, Soltan and Botanics, Tanı, The Economist, The International Maritime Industries, THY Opet, Tofaş, Token Financial Technologies, Toll Group, Tüpraş, TürkTraktör, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Waltrust Properties, Inc., Yapı Kredi, Yasref

Count: 

58

Shameless failing to use its power

'Shameless' for continued involvement with Russia;'failing to use its Power' for a 4 to 10 in Power Score.

Companies/Brands:  Alibaba Group Holding, AliExpress, Ant Financial, Auctiva, Cainiao, DingTalk, Feizhu, Gaode Map, Koubei, Lazada, Sinopec Group, Taobao, Tmall, UC Browser, Xianyu, Zhima Credit

Count: 

16

Total:

720

Total: 720

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