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March Madness at Consumerist.Com: The Worst Company in America Playoffs
The Consumerist, a non-profit subsidiary of Consumer Reports, wants your votes for the worst of the worst companies in America. Voting is fashioned after March Madness NCAA bracket tournament with company vs. company online square-off votes.
COMMENTARY |The voting begins today at Consumerist.com for choosing the Worst Company in America. The 32 Companies, nominated by readers, will be voted in or out via company vs. company elimination rounds. Last year's winner was BP - I'm so in, being from Florida. Let the fun begin and count me in!
According to the Sacramento Bee, last year's final round between BP and Bank of America got the most votes of any "Worst Company in America" championship ever. I'm upset that BP is not in the tourney again this year, because I've yet to see any executive heads roll or jail time for those involved in the Gulf Oil disaster.
Last year's runner up, Bank of America, is nominated again this year against Chase. The winner will go up against the winner of Wells Fargo vs. Citibank. Tough call on that one because of the bank fees to support ridiculously extravagant salaries, bonuses, and perks make them all seem alike.
The most intriguing matchup is Google vs. Apple. I know Apple designs software, as does Google, but I think of Apple's most negative characteristic is it's not made in America hardware. I'd vote Apple in for that reason alone, regardless of their great designs and user-friendly software. Google's made some Coke Classic variety software changes, much like the Netflix fiasco. So Netflix vs. Google would be a more equivalent matchup.
Then there's Facebook vs. Sprint in the first round. Since Google started the Google+ circles thing to rival Facebook, that would seem the better elimination matchup. Or maybe the matchup is more about internet vs. telecommunications?
Whatever the rationale for the first round elimination matchups, this is my kind of March Madness. I'll have more fun voting on the worst of the worst companies in America than watching basketball.
What's more fun than that? Maybe comparing the "Worst Companies in America" nominations and results against Consumer Reports, Consumerist.com's parent company, own America's Top Stores ratings reported by Valleynewslive.com.