Financial collapse denies Comcast coveted award

AIG, the financial services company that became emblematic of the market crash and subsequent abuse of taxpayer bailout money, is the worst company in America. Defeating TV and internet provider Comcast in a final round of voting, it now goes on to receive The Consumerist‘s coveted golden poo. [Consumerist]

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3 Responses to Financial collapse denies Comcast coveted award

  1. Anonymous says:

    One would hope the golden poo is reviled, not coveted. Isn’t the point of the award to motivate companies to improve so as not to be awarded the golden poo?

  2. TJ S says:

    Don’t worry, Comcast. You’re still the worst company in my book.

  3. strider_mt2k says:

    I got out of mine before the crash.

    Whew.

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