10 Worst Corporations
Top 10 List of World’s Worst Corporation in 2010 according to their impact on the environment and people
1. World Govt., Inc. (It encompasses the U.S. Administration, Israel, Japan, Germany, France, UK, Australia, New Zealand and all other OECD countries, as well as the puppet regimes in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt … Dishonorable Mention: China)
2. Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), BP Plc.
3. The Internet Mafia, Inc. Headed by Google [including all other Internet porn, online gambling, advertising and corporate news media]
4. Goldman Sachs and all other major investment firms and banks.
5. Haliburton, Transocean and other companies involved in the Gulf of Mexico Oil Disaster/All other multinational oil companies.
6. Arms Manufacturers, Monsanto.
7. Toyota Motor Company, GM and all other multinational car manufacturers. There are an estimated 1 billion cars, light trucks and other types of road vehicles polluting the world. Between them, Toyota and GM put an additional 16.81 million cars on the global traffic maze in the past 12 months [to Dec 2010]. It’s NO consolation that most of their cars will turn up to be defective, as recent history suggests. [Lead by Toyota and others, major Japanese corporations seem to be "down-sizing" their quality control for established brand names to boost their profit margins.]
8. The Airlines.
9. Companies mentioned in The Suckers List of ‘Ethical Companies’ as well as Dell (the company from Hell), and Apple.
10. All other multinationals that have not been mentioned above.
Category: World’s most hygienically challenged chain of fast-food joints [sent by a contributor in Japan]
I. Sukiya. A ‘fat-food’ chain operating in Japan, with branches in China [unsurprisingly] and Brazil, Sukiya is the least hygienically-aware chain of fast food joints in the world. To send comments/compliments to the owners go to company website at Zensho, Co., Ltd.
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