2006: 18th Annual Business Ethics Awards
- Starbucks Coffee Company, Corporate Responsibility Management -- For leadership and excellence in best practices in the field of corporate responsibility
- Patagonia Inc., Environmental Sustainability -- For its unique commitment to developing sustainable business practices
- Hypertherm Inc., General Excellence -- For its focus on creating quality product in collaboration with employees, business partners and customers
- Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Stakeholder Accountability -- For workplace innovation focusing on development of people and products
2005: 17th Annual Business Ethics Awards
- Intel, CSR Management Award -- For leadership and excellence in corporate social responsibility management.
- South Mountain Company, Workplace Democracy Award -- For using employee ownership as the foundation of a life-enhancing company.
- New Leaf Paper, Environmental Excellence Award -- For mainstreaming ecological principles into the paper industry.
- Weaver Street Cooperative, Living Economy Award -- For its sustainable products, community focus, and democratic governance.
2004: 16th Annual Business Ethics Awards
- Gap Inc., Social Reporting Award -- For taking social reporting a quantum step forward by risking unprecedented honesty in reporting on factory conditions.
- Chroma Technology Corp., Living Economy Award -- For exemplifying the living economy with practices of employee ownership, fair wages, and environmental stewardship.
- Dell, Inc., Environmental Progress Award -- For responding to stakeholder concerns with industry-leading computer-recycling initiatives.
- Clif Bar Inc., General Excellence Award -- For its thorough-going commitment to environmental sustainability, employee well-being, and community involvement.
- King Arthur Flour, Social Legacy Award -- For handing down to employee owners a centuries-old tradition of purity, for both the consumer and the environment.
2003: 15th Annual Awards
- Organic Valley -- For being an exemplar of the living economy: locally rooted, human scale, stakeholder-owned, and life-serving.
- Baxter Healthcare -- For rigor, transparency, and leadership in environmental accounting and reporting.
- 3M -- For sustained commitment, innovation, and substantial impact in three decades of environmental stewardship.
- Antioch Company -- For sustaining a commitment to employee ownership and profit-sharing over 75 years, through two generations of management.
2002: 14th Annual Awards
- White Dog Cafe -- For being an exemplar of the living economy: locally rooted, human scale, stakeholder-owned, and life-serving.
- Fastener Industries -- For its 20-year commitment to democratic governance and employee ownership.
- New Belgium Brewing Company -- For a dedication to environmental excellence in every part of its innovative brewing process.
2001: 13th Annual Awards
- The Collins Companies -- For its pioneering commitment to sustainably harvested timber, through three generations of management.
- Chatsworth Products Inc. -- For a decade of leadership in promoting employee ownership, both inside and outside the company.
- The Timberland Company -- For community service partnerships and volunteerism that raise the benchmark on good corporate citizenship.
2000: 12th Annual Awards
- The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. -- For over a half-century of dedication to employee ownership, despite pressures to sell the company.
- Iceland -- For a precedent-setting move in the U.K. toward the sale of all-organic store-brand food, at non-organic prices.
- Whole Foods Market -- For a broad-based commitment to customer, stockholder, employee, community, and environmental service.
1999: 11th Annual Awards
- St. Luke's, Employee Ownership -- For creating a visionary model of employee ownership, out of the crisis of an unwanted merger.
- Equal Exchange, Stakeholder Relations -- For its path-breaking approach to fair trade, defining supplier welfare as part of business success.
- Fetzer Vineyards, Environmental Excellence -- For a broad-based approach to environmental sustainability, combined with financial excellence.
1998: 10th Annual Awards
- SmithKline Beecham -- For its $1 billion commitment to disease eradication
- Wainwright Bank -- For dedication to social justice, internally and externally.
- S.C. Johnson -- For its focus on sustainable community development.
1997: 9th Annual Awards
- Herman Miller -- For setting new standards in industrial eco-efficiency
- Life USA -- For bringing effective employee- and agent-ownership to the insurance industry
- Medtronic -- For its ethical commitment to making human life better
1996: 8th Annual Awards
- General Motors -- For environmental excellence in production processes.
- Reebok -- For human rights combating child labor in Pakistan.
- Bank of America -- For general excellence in ethics, environment, and community banking.
1995: 7th Annual Awards
- Xerox Corp -- For unprecedented success with workplace diversity and employee relations.
- Home Depot Inc. -- For superior community involvement from all levels of the company.
- Odwalla Inc -- For incorporating outstanding environmentalism in everything it does.
1994: 6th Annual Awards
- Hewlett-Packard -- For its commitment to conducting business with special regard to employees, customers, community, and the environment.
- Digital Equipment Corporation -- For its dedication to being a good employer and an asset to its community.
- Silicon Graphics -- For its innovative employee relations and involvement in the community.
1993: 5th Annual Awards
- Aveda -- For building environmentalism into every aspect of its business operation.
- Levi Strauss -- For its leadership in the area of human rights.
- Merck -- For building a reputation for putting human lives above profits.
1992: 4th Annual Awards
- Avis -- For its groundbreaking efforts in creating 100 percent employee ownership at a major corporation
- Springfield Remanufacturing -- For its innovations combining employee ownership with financial education for employees.
- Weirton Steel -- For using employee ownership as a turnaround strategy in the struggling steel industry.
1991: 3rd Annual Awards
- Beth Israel Hospital -- For its exceptional support of women in the workforce
- Polaroid -- For innovation in employee ownership and involvement
- Monsanto -- For making great strides in reducing environmental pollution
1990: 2nd Annual Awards
- Patagonia -- For dedication to the natural world and a spirit of adventure in outdoor clothing
- Quickie Designs -- For making possible an active lifestyle for the disabled
- Stonyfield Farms -- For a commitment to nutrition, sustainable agriculture, and support of family farmers
1989: 1st Annual Awards
- H B Fuller -- For adopting the highest global environmental standards
- Herman Miller -- For enlarging the concept of employee ownership
- Johnson & Johnson -- For sustainable ethics-based decision making over 4 decades