5 most-hated companies in America
Ever walk out (or pull your investment out) of a business vowing that you will never, ever return? Here's where customers, employees or stockholders are fed up.
top of that list should be AIG--after the bail-out they have become a money hungry company--they have layed off thousands of faithful good employees and replaysed them with lower payed ones that have no idea how to do the jobs--they have really screwed the american people who bailed them out
You may hate WalMart and it my be a ploy, but thy are now hiring Vets. what is your compny doing
Whatever mistakes they have made, I love JC Penney and do much of my purchasing there. They have nice clothes at fair prices and good service.
As usual, when a good company "goes bad," it's usually due to upper-management running it into the ground. The C-Suite leaves a holy mess, including laid-off employees, but with fistfuls of dollars from their golden parachutes.
..I am surprised that the monster Monsanto is still hiding quietly in the bushes....
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