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Texas Instruments reports on 2011 citizenship progress and goals

DALLAS May 24, 2012

www.ti.com/ccr 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

www.ti.com/citizenship

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