Smithfield is the world’s largest pork processor and hog producer. The company is based in the U.S. but also has operations in Europe and Mexico. I recently took a look at their most recent integrated report. Continue reading “Review of Smithfield Foods Integrated Report”
Integrated reporting is just getting started in the U.S. As a long-time practitioner of the multi-capital model, I have seen the benefits of this model. To date, most of my clients have been using this approach for internal purposes (like growth, performance and value creation) but not for external reporting. So I am glad to have examples in the public sphere. And I decided that it would help advance U.S. practice to create a directory of companies that are using principles of integrated reporting here. Continue reading “Reviews of U.S. Integrated Reporting”
Jones Lang Lasalle (JLL) is a professional services and investment management company that specializes in real estate. JLL is unique in the on-going study I’m making of emerging integrated reporting practices in the U.S. This is because they have been participating in the movement but still are not issuing a stand-alone integrated report.
Here are the basic stats on their report: Continue reading “Review of JLL’s Integrated Reporting”
Entergy produces and distribute electrical power primarily in the southern U.S. The company began issuing an integrated report in 2013 when they also moved to a web-based presentation format (here’s a great history about their move to integrated reporting) Continue reading “Review of Entergy 2015 Integrated Report”
It’s exciting to see more companies issuing integrated reports in the U.S. ArcelorMittal is the latest to join this trend. And, is the norm in this movement, they’ve designed their own framework and approach. Continue reading “ArcelorMittal’s US Integrated Report”