October 22, 2007 - STAMFORD, Conn. - Xerox Corporation, has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index (DJSI North America) in recognition of the company's economic, environmental and social performance.
The index identifies those companies that exemplify leadership in sustainability among the largest 600 North American companies of the Dow Jones Global Index. Inclusion is based on a wide variety of criteria including climate change strategies, energy consumption, human resources development, knowledge management, stakeholder relations and corporate governance.
"Acting as a good corporate citizen is at the very core of our values," said Anne M. Mulcahy, Xerox chairman and CEO. "We invest in efforts that will be good for the community, good for the environment and, frankly, good for business. Our listing on this sustainability index reflects our commitment to the highest possible standards across the board."
Xerox Corporation is the world's leading document management technology and services enterprise. A $16 billion company, Xerox provides the industry's broadest portfolio of color and black-and-white document processing systems and related supplies, as well as document management consulting and outsourcing services.
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