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.
To start with our Federal Government any and all parts of it. Next any large company, all they won't to do is to try to work you in the ground and won't you to work with no insurance, no retirement.
Just make them money. Something happens to you it had to be your fault. Will get somebody else that came do the job. I hate them all.
Walmart is a very close second.
Whoever wrote this article is out of touch with America!
I love Wal Mart, Thank God for them, especially in struggling economic times, I always shop Wally World and not ashamed of companies that keep the prices in check.. Nobody should hate a thriving company, especially in what they add to the economy
in the number of employees and the business they bring in from outside the area, especially rural America..
This is an accurate list of companies to hate. I have my own list. I detest Dell Computers, my bank, Wal-Mart, Southwest Airline, and most fast food restaurants.
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