Most Trustworthy Companies in America 2024


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Your Personal Award

In it’s third year, Newsweek and Statista recognize the “Most Trustworthy Companies in America 2024” based on an innovative methodology following a holistic approach to evaluating trust. The 700 best-rated companies were awarded based on Customer Trust, Investor Trust, and Employee Trust. Your company belongs to the exclusive list of the “Most Trustworthy Companies in America 2024”.

To promote your achievement, Newsweek and Statista have created licensing packages that include a special award logo available only to winners. Awarded companies can leverage this earned recognition in print, marketing materials, HR initiatives, and in communications.

Social Media
Marketing & PR
Investor Relations

Media Kit

This kit includes prepared graphics and artwork which support the immediate usage of the award in your marketing and communication campaigns.

Wallpapers & Backgrounds

Prepared backgrounds for your desktop and company mobile phone. The package also includes backgrounds for video meetings.

Social Media

Create momentum among your followers! Prepared artworks for Social Media (e.g. Facebook, X and Instagram) for time-efficient usage of the award on your social media channels.

E-Mail Signatures & Web Banner

In order to use the logo immediately, the media kit contains a prepared artwork for signature strips and a web banner. This will help you to get even more frequency on the award-communication.

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For questions about the ranking, logo usage, and licensing options, please contact us.

Evan Tobias

Director of Licensing - Americas

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Project Details

About the project

The ranking “Most Trustworthy Companies in America 2024” awards the 700 best-rated companies in all trust dimensions and wants to provide guidance to consumers, investors and employees and to highlight the companies that are most trusted in the United States. Being aware that trust can be evaluated from different angles, Newsweek and Statista developed a methodology which takes several aspects into account.

The study is based on two data sources: 1. An independent survey from a sample of about 25,000 U.S. residents, who rated companies they know in terms of all three touchpoints of trust. 2. Social Listening: This involved researching what was said about a company in various media segments of the internet and evaluating whether it was positive, neutral or negative. In total, over 532,000 mentions were gathered.


Companies evaluated


U.S. residents surveyed


Companies awarded


Mentions about the companies from Internet gathered