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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:07am 11/05/09 | 1 Comments
Over at money site, Forbes.com, you'll find a list of the world's most reputable companies, and towards the very top of that list you'll see a debuting Nintendo stretching its money-making legs way out in front of rivals Sony and Microsoft.

The list, which is put together by the Reputation Institute, looks at 600 different companies and then gauges their global reputation via a 'Pulse Rating'. The top 200 are then put into this list. It might all sound a bit kooky, but it's reasonably legit and this year's list is Nintendo's first appearance, while Microsoft and Sony show they're both old-hands but that Microsoft seem to be moving up and Sony down.

You can check out the full rating system by clicking here.



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greazy
Posted 04:49pm 11/5/09
It's completely kooky, so why is it resonably legit? 60,000 people from 32 countries doesn't seem like a good enough sample size.
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