Mumbai, Sept 7 (UNI) Johnson &Johnson (J&J) has topped the list of Wall Street Journal's (WSJ) world's most respected companies', defined from among the world's 100 largest publicly traded companies.
With a mean score of 4.43, J&J pipped Procter&Gamble (P&G), which received a score of 4.15. Next in line were Toyota Motors (3.99), last year's winner Berkshire Hathaway (3.97), Apple (3.94), Wal-Mart Stores (3.61), Coca Cola (3.58), PepsiCo (3.55) and Nestle(3.52), a release said.
Rounding off the Top 100 were Sberbank (Russia) at rank no 96, Rosneft(Russia) at no 97, Lukoil (Russia) at 98, Citigroup at 99 with a mean score of 0.35 and Gazprom at 100 with a mean score of 0.33.
India's lone entry was from Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), which made its debut at no 83 with a score of 1.36.
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