The Worst Company in Britain?
Last year, The Consumerist played off to find out the worst company in America. We'd like to see what you think is the worst company in Great Britain.
It would be interesting to do a face off on British corporations, but what companies should be included? Here's a few ideas:
Alstom - involved in destroying dam projects around the world
Bayer - The UK pharmaceutical seeking to genetically modify fodder maize
BAA - Because "Freedom to Fly" has nothing to do with airport expansions, like Terminal 5.
BAE - Got weapons? Yes we do.
Barclays - Giving money to Indonesians to destroy rainforests certainly can't be a good thing
Nestle - 20k email complaints in one week. Got Breast Milk Substitutes? Melamine certainly doesn't help.
Shell - amongst other oil companies. Read more here
Tesco - probably not the only supermarket chain that exploits farmers and producers at the average price of £11 for a basket of food (all kinds of stuff), retailing for close to £40, to make a 300% profit.
Any other companies we should include in the round-off? Tell us in comments below.