5 companies we love (and 5 we hate)

The concept is simple: Consumer companies we love will be better investments than those we hate. See how GM, Comcast, Wal-Mart and Bank of America and others rate in one study.

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Nov 29, 2012 10:30PM
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Memberships to stores are stupid!! If you are a store, be one! Can you imagine going to a regular store and you have to have money paid in before you get in....Also, I know how to save that store money...get rid of the "gustapo" people at the entrance to check your card and the one to check your slip on the way out....stores don't do that!
Nov 29, 2012 9:22PM
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Costco will kick Wal-Mart **** in time.
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