Financial scams, environmental damage, political payola, unsafe products, child slavery and sex abuse: It’s all here in Worst Corporate Conduct of 2018. Download here:
Month: January 2019
A new documentary by Steve Burrows talks about how his mother went in for hip surgery and came out with a coma. Read more about the medical errors here.
2018 Worst Corporate Conduct #4: General Motors has file three petitions in two years to try and get out of having to recall its vehicles with deadly Takata air bags.
2018 Worst Corporate Conduct #3: State Farm settled a $250 million RICO lawsuit for secretly funneling over $4 million into the campaign of a friendly state Supreme Court judge who later voted to overturn a $1.06 billion verdict against the insurer. That earned the “good hands” company third place on the 2018 Worst Corporate Conduct […]
How many times did you see corporate execs from major companies in the news last year apologizing for abusing their customers, employees and investors and the American people? And once the news media moved on, did those apologies really mean anything? Not really, according to this report:
2018 Worst Corporate Conduct #2: The world’s five largest publicly traded oil companies may have ignored warnings from their own researchers on the dangers of climate change caused by global warming.
As more and more people question why women are dying from pregnancy at high rates, a new bill that was passed claims that they don’t require states to examine whether flawed medical care played a role. Read more here.
2018 Worst Corporate Conduct #1: Student loan giant Navient was caught cheating borrowers, including the disabled and severely injured veterans.
Which big name companies behaved the WORST in 2018 on safety, consumer protection and civil justice? Here’s the list.