Most loved companies worldwide in 2013

Most loved companies worldwide in 2013

by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 10, 2013
Most loved companies worldwide in 2013 The graph presents a ranking of the most loved companies worldwide in 2013. According to APCO, The Walt Disney Company was the most loved company in that particular year, scoring 74.7 points on the Emotional Linking Index.
Most loved companies – additional information

The Walt Disney Company was founded in 1923 and during its over 90-year old history it has gained the status of the world’s most loved company, entertaining children and adults just like its founder Walt Disney wished. The company’s annual revenue amounted to more than 45 billion U.S. dollars in 2013, most of which was generated by the media networks segment. Unsurprisingly, the region bringing in most revenue was North America.

The second-most loved company is the internet corporation Yahoo!, which developed from a website directory created by two students in 1994 to an online giant operating a search engine as well as numerous portals and online services. The company generated 4.7 billion U.S. dollars in revenue in 2013 and held a 2.65 share in the search engine market in January 2014. In the same month, the number of unique visitors to the yahoo.com website amounted to 170.2 million.

Yahoo’s competitor Google, who could boast about its 89 percent market share in January 2014, ranked third. Besides operating the leading search engine worldwide, the company provides numerous products, such as software and services, which include online advertising and cloud computing. Most of Google’s nearly 60 billion U.S. dollars (2013 result) revenue is generated from advertising. Google.com is the most-visited website in the United States with 179.6 million unique viewers in January 2014, followed by Facebook with 167.4 million unique viewers.
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Most loved companies worldwide in 2013

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Emotional Linking Index Score on scale from 0 to 100
The Walt Disney Company74.7
Yahoo!74.3
Google74.2
Sony74.1
Nestlé73.3
Auchan72.9
Netflix72.8
Whole Foods72.7
Apple72.7
Lowe's72.5
Microsoft72.1
Kellogg's72.1
Hershey's72
Coca-Cola71.6
Dell71
Sharp70.8
PepsiCo70.6
Nike70.6
Hewlett-Packard70.5
Costco70.5
Target Corp.70.4
Amazon70.4
General Mills70.3
The Hartsford70.3
IKEA70.1
Stanley Black & Decker70
Panasonic69.9
Procter & Gamble69.8
Harley Davidson69.7
HTC69.7
Levi Strauss & Co.69.4
Subway69.2
J Sainsbury plc69.2
Darden69.1
Samsung69.1
LG69
Intel68.9
UPS68.8
Colgate-Palmolive68.5
Kohl's68.5
Dr Pepper Snapple68.4
Rite Aid68.4
Publix68.3
Petco68.3
CVS Caremark68.3
IBM68.2
Johnson & Johnson68.2
ToysRUs68.2
Whirlpool68.1
Del Monte68.1
Discovery Communications68.1
Kroger68
Michelin68
The Home Depot68
Novo Nordisk67.9
Macy's67.8
Soft Bank67.8
John Deere67.8
Campbell's67.7
Marriott67.6
Tim Hortons67.6
SC Johnson67.5
Walgreens67.4
Hitachi67.3
Adobe67.3
Bridgestone67.3
Toyota67.2
Hero67.2
McDonald's67.1
BIC67
Sysco67
Commerzbank66.9
Union Pacific66.9
Boston Scientific66.9
Heinz66.8
Ebay66.8
All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.66.8
Yum!66.8
Acer66.8
Express Scripts66.7
Facebook66.7
Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Inc.66.6
CBS66.6
Siemens66.6
Tyson66.5
JC Penney66.5
Mattel, Inc.66.5
Marks & Spencer66.4
Volkswagen66.4
Canon66.4
Mars, Inc.66.4
Caterpillar Inc.66.4
Bayer66.3
Mastercard66.3
Berkshire Hathaway66.3
Starbucks66.3
Quest Diagnostics66.3
Nissan66.3
VISA66.3
CSX Corporation66.2
Emotional Linking Index Score on scale from 0 to 100
The Walt Disney Company74.7
Yahoo!74.3
Google74.2
Sony74.1
Nestlé73.3
Auchan72.9
Netflix72.8
Whole Foods72.7
Apple72.7
Lowe's72.5
Microsoft72.1
Kellogg's72.1
Hershey's72
Coca-Cola71.6
Dell71
Sharp70.8
PepsiCo70.6
Nike70.6
Hewlett-Packard70.5
Costco70.5
Target Corp.70.4
Amazon70.4
General Mills70.3
The Hartsford70.3
IKEA70.1
Stanley Black & Decker70
Panasonic69.9
Procter & Gamble69.8
Harley Davidson69.7
HTC69.7
Levi Strauss & Co.69.4
Subway69.2
J Sainsbury plc69.2
Darden69.1
Samsung69.1
LG69
Intel68.9
UPS68.8
Colgate-Palmolive68.5
Kohl's68.5
Dr Pepper Snapple68.4
Rite Aid68.4
Publix68.3
Petco68.3
CVS Caremark68.3
IBM68.2
Johnson & Johnson68.2
ToysRUs68.2
Whirlpool68.1
Del Monte68.1
Discovery Communications68.1
Kroger68
Michelin68
The Home Depot68
Novo Nordisk67.9
Macy's67.8
Soft Bank67.8
John Deere67.8
Campbell's67.7
Marriott67.6
Tim Hortons67.6
SC Johnson67.5
Walgreens67.4
Hitachi67.3
Adobe67.3
Bridgestone67.3
Toyota67.2
Hero67.2
McDonald's67.1
BIC67
Sysco67
Commerzbank66.9
Union Pacific66.9
Boston Scientific66.9
Heinz66.8
Ebay66.8
All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.66.8
Yum!66.8
Acer66.8
Express Scripts66.7
Facebook66.7
Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Inc.66.6
CBS66.6
Siemens66.6
Tyson66.5
JC Penney66.5
Mattel, Inc.66.5
Marks & Spencer66.4
Volkswagen66.4
Canon66.4
Mars, Inc.66.4
Caterpillar Inc.66.4
Bayer66.3
Mastercard66.3
Berkshire Hathaway66.3
Starbucks66.3
Quest Diagnostics66.3
Nissan66.3
VISA66.3
CSX Corporation66.2
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 10, 2013
The graph presents a ranking of the most loved companies worldwide in 2013. According to APCO, The Walt Disney Company was the most loved company in that particular year, scoring 74.7 points on the Emotional Linking Index.
Most loved companies – additional information

The Walt Disney Company was founded in 1923 and during its over 90-year old history it has gained the status of the world’s most loved company, entertaining children and adults just like its founder Walt Disney wished. The company’s annual revenue amounted to more than 45 billion U.S. dollars in 2013, most of which was generated by the media networks segment. Unsurprisingly, the region bringing in most revenue was North America.

The second-most loved company is the internet corporation Yahoo!, which developed from a website directory created by two students in 1994 to an online giant operating a search engine as well as numerous portals and online services. The company generated 4.7 billion U.S. dollars in revenue in 2013 and held a 2.65 share in the search engine market in January 2014. In the same month, the number of unique visitors to the yahoo.com website amounted to 170.2 million.

Yahoo’s competitor Google, who could boast about its 89 percent market share in January 2014, ranked third. Besides operating the leading search engine worldwide, the company provides numerous products, such as software and services, which include online advertising and cloud computing. Most of Google’s nearly 60 billion U.S. dollars (2013 result) revenue is generated from advertising. Google.com is the most-visited website in the United States with 179.6 million unique viewers in January 2014, followed by Facebook with 167.4 million unique viewers.
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