5 Minnesota-based companies make list of 'World's Most Ethical'


St. Paul-based Ecolab, Vadnais Heights-based H.B. Fuller, Plymouth-based The Mosaic Company, Minneapolis-based Target and Minneapolis-based Thrivent Financial for Lutherans have all been named to the Ethisphere Institute's annual list of the "World's Most Ethical Companies," Twin Cities Business reports.

Ecolab, Mosaic, Target, and Thrivent also appeared on last year's list. Richfield-based Best Buy, which made the previous four lists, was absent from this year's honor roll.

Click here, to see all 145 companies that made the 2013 list.

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