Sustainability at 3M

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New companies entering the market, mergers, and globalization, on pricing and the sustainability of profits

Sustainability at 3M grew from a commitment to both innovation and ethical conduct. By continually increasing sustainability at the economic, social, and environmental levels, we believe we are building a strong, vital company today, and leaving a rich legacy on which future generation. We recognized early that doing business in new, smarter ways would not only create a more viable company—it could also enable us to meet our social responsibilities and reduce our impact on the environment, two objectives integral to ethical business conduct. The demand for alternative Post-it® or any of the other manufacturer items is on the rise which they have taken the monopoly market. There are no mergers or new companies entering into the industry of Post-it®. 3M have many companies and partners all over the world. They not only specialize in Post-it® but with different paper products, stain removers, scotch guards, abrasives, and more. 3M is a global innovation company that never stops inventing. Over the years, our innovations have improved daily life for hundreds of millions of people all over the world. We have made driving at night easier, made buildings safer, and made consumer electronics lighter, less energy-intensive and less harmful to the environment. We even helped put a man on the moon. Every day at 3M, one idea always leads to the next, igniting momentum to make progress possible around the world. 3M captures the spark of new ideas and transforms them into thousands of ingenious products. Our culture of creative collaboration inspires a never-ending stream of powerful technologies that make life better. With $30 billion in sales, 3M employs 88,000 people worldwide and has operations in more than 70 countries 3M Delivers Record Third-Quarter Earnings of $1.65 per Share; Company Posts Sales of $7.5 Billion and 22.4 Percent...
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