World’s Most Ethical Companies


11 Mar: Best Buy Celebrates An Award-Winning Culture of Ethics

The way we work, shop and communicate has significantly changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. What hasn’t changed, however, is our approach to how we do business at Best Buy.

We strive to be at our best in every decision, every day, and we’re proud to be recognized by Ethisphere as one of World’s Most Ethical Companies for the seventh time. We are one of only three retailers on this year’s list, which looked at issues such as COVID response, diversity initiatives and environmental practices.


25 Feb: Best Buy Named To Most Ethical Companies List for 6th Year

Best Buy is proud to be one of two U.S. retailers included on the 2020 World’s Most Ethical Companies list by Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in ethical business practices. This is the 6th year we’ve received this honor.

For Best Buy, ethics is a critical foundation of our company. We not only expect our employees to act in an ethical manner, but also our suppliers, vendors and third-party business partners.

We recently released an updated Code of Ethics that outlines Best Buy’s fundamental beliefs, principles and expectations.


26 Feb: Best Buy joins list of world’s most ethical companies

Best Buy is thrilled to be one of two U.S. retailers to be recognized as one of the 2019 World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in ethical business practices.

The honor signifies leadership in building a corporate culture of ethical behavior, while empowering employees and acting as a good corporate citizen. Ethics at Best Buy starts with our purpose: to enrich lives through technology.

We bring our purpose to life through our company values, which are the foundation of Best Buy.