Below is the list of companies scoring a perfect 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign’s 2006 Corporate Equality Index, with policies beneficial toward homosexuals:

  1. Adobe Systems

  2. Aetna

  3. Agere Systems

  4. Agilent Technologies

  5. Allianz Life Insurance

  6. Alston & Bird

  7. American Express

  8. AMR Corp. (American Airlines)

  9. Anheuser-Busch

  10. Apple Computer

  11. Arnold & Porter

  12. AT&T

  13. Avaya

  14. Bain & Company

  15. Bank of America

  16. Bausch & Lomb

  17. Bell South

  18. Best Buy

  19. Boeing

  20. BP America

  21. Bright Horizons Family Solutions

  22. Bristol-Myers Squibb

  23. California State Automobile Association

  24. Capital One Financial

  25. Cargill

  26. Carlson Companies

  27. Charles Schwab

  28. Chevron

  29. ChoicePoint

  30. Chubb

  31. CIGNA

  32. Cisco Systems

  33. Citigroup

  34. Clear Channel Communications

  35. Clorox

  36. CMP Media

  37. CNA Insurance

  38. Coca-Cola Company

  39. Consolidated Edison

  40. Coors Brewing

  41. Corning

  42. Credit Suisse First Boston

  43. Cummins

  44. Daimler Chrysler

  45. Dell

  46. Deloitte & Touche USA

  47. Deutsche Bank

  48. Dorsey & Whitney

  49. Dow Chemical

  50. DuPont

  51. Eastman Kodak

  52. Eli Lilly & Co.

  53. Ernst & Young

  54. Estee Lauder Companies

  55. Faegre & Benson

  56. Fannie Mae

  57. Ford Motor Co.

  58. Freescale Semiconductor

  59. Gap Inc.

  60. General Mills

  61. General Motors

  62. GlaxoSmithKline

  63. Global Hyatt

  64. Goldman Sachs Group

  65. Google

  66. Harvard Pilgrim Health Care

  67. Heller Ehrman

  68. Hewitt Associates

  69. Hewlett-Packard

  70. Honeywell International

  71. Hospira

  72. ING North America Insurance

  73. Intel

  74. IBM

  75. Intuit

  76. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.

  77. Jenner & Block

  78. Johnson & Johnson

  79. Kaiser Permanente

  80. Keyspan

  81. Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group

  82. KPMG

  83. Kraft Foods

  84. Lehman Brothers Holdings

  85. Levi Strauss & Co.

  86. Lexmark International

  87. Liz Claiborne

  88. Lucent Technologies

  89. McDermott Will & Emery

  90. McKinsey & Co.

  91. Mellon Financial

  92. Merck & Co.

  93. Merrill Lynch

  94. MetLife

  95. Microsoft

  96. Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams

  97. Morgan Stanley

  98. Morrison & Foerster

  99. Motorola

  100. Nationwide

  101. NCR Corp.

  102. New York Times Co.

  103. Nike

  104. Nixon Peabody

  105. Nordstrom

  106. Northrop Grumman

  107. Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe

  108. Owens Corning

  109. Pepsico

  110. Pfizer

  111. PG&E

  112. Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman

  113. Powell Goldstein

  114. PriceWaterhouseCoopers

  115. Prudential Financial

  116. Raytheon

  117. Replacements

  118. SC Johnson & Son

  119. Schering-Plough

  120. Sears Holdings Corporation

  121. Sempra Energy

  122. Sprint Nextel

  123. Starcom MediaVest

  124. Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide

  125. State Street

  126. Sun Microsystems

  127. SunTrust Banks

  128. Tech Data Corp.

  129. The Olivia Companies

  130. US Airways

  131. Viacom

  132. Visa International

  133. Volkswagen of America

  134. Wachovia

  135. Walgreens

  136. Wells Fargo

  137. Whirlpool

  138. Xerox

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