21 Aug '11, 10pm

Worst Corporation of the Year? (Corporate Hall of Shame Voting)

Worst Corporation of the Year? (Corporate Hall of Shame Voting)

BP “for continuing to refuse responsibility for the worst environmental catastrophe in U.S. history even as Gulf communities and the environment continue to suffer the fallout.” GE for not paying taxes in the U.S. by exploiting tax loopholes (don’t worry, many companies on here do that) and “sheltering money overseas” despite making $5 billion in revenue in 2010 alone. Nestle “for undermining the human right to water and aggresively expanding water bottling operations over the objections of communities globally.” McDonald’s (check out the link above, if you can’t guess) Goldman Sachs (check out the link above, if you haven’t heard of the economic crisis we’re in, who caused it, and who’s getting richer than ever on the backs of taxpayers) Merck (check out the link above) Koch Industries ”for spending over $50 million to fund climate change denial and influence the Supreme ...

Full article: http://planetsave.com/2011/08/21/worst-corporation-of-the...

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