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Texas Instruments reports on 2011 citizenship progress and goals

DALLAS May 24, 2012 Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)

Rich Templeton

"I have an unshakable belief that the best is yet to come as technology makes a better world – one that is more exciting, more interactive, more connected and more efficient. We commit to doing our part by helping create problem-solving technology while continuing to grow responsibly," he wrote.

The complete report addresses seven key areas:

Highlights of the report include:

  • The company developed a new supplier environmental and social responsibility policy that requires critical alignment of our expectations for ethics, labor practices and environmental controls.
  • $8.6 million
  • TI recycled 1.5 billion gallons of water and 92 percent of waste.
  • TI’s Motor Driver Lab was fully staffed to serve as a proving ground for more efficient technology; an estimated 60 percent of the world’s electricity is used by motors.
  • $22.2 million $14.6 million
  • $1 million Japan
  • $1 million
  • TI was named to CR Magazine’s "100 Best Corporate Citizens," Ethisphere Institute’s "World’s Most Ethical Companies" and Fortune’s "Global Most Admired" lists.

Trisha Cunningham

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