Is EA Due For A Third Worst Company In America Crown?

Is EA Due For A Third Worst Company In America Crown?

We haven’t even begun to ask for nominations from readers for the next Worst Company In America tournament, but some are already making the case for once again giving the Golden Poo trophy to reigning two-time WCIA winner Electronic Arts. [More]

Continuing to earn the title.

Report: EA Quietly Making Staff Cuts At Customer Service Center In Ireland

It was nary a few months ago when Michael Lawder, the head of customer service at Electronic Arts, was touting the company’s new call centers in Texas and Ireland as part of its effort to improve the customer experience. What does it say about the Worst Company In America 2013‘s dedication to that plan when it’s reportedly started laying off staff at the Galway customer service center? [More]

Congrats Comcast, You’re Only The Third-Worst Company In America This Year

Congrats Comcast, You’re Only The Third-Worst Company In America This Year


Though it didn’t get the attention of this year’s title match, yesterday saw another Worst Company In America bout for third-place bragging rights between tournament also-rans Comcast and Ticketmaster. In the end, Comcast managed to beat out Ticketmaster and collect its first Bronze Poo. [More]

Worst Company In America Final Death Match: Bank Of America Vs. EA, Part II

Worst Company In America Final Death Match: Bank Of America Vs. EA, Part II

This is it. Make no mistake where you are. After weeks of gouged eyeballs, pulverized ribs, countless bruised egos, and one dislocated thumb, the battered bodies of 30 bad businesses are licking their wounds and vowing to fight another year, while your votes have set up an epic rematch of the 2012 Final Death Match. [More]

Worst Company In America Consolation Round: Comcast Vs. Ticketmaster

Worst Company In America Consolation Round: Comcast Vs. Ticketmaster

Because we want to make sure that the worst companies in America get as much recognition as possible, for the second year in a row, we’re allowing the losers of the WCIA semifinal matches one last chance to take home a trophy to impress the parents. [More]

EA Admits It “Can Do Better” But Blames Worst Company Success On Homophobes And Whiny Madden Fans

EA Admits It “Can Do Better” But Blames Worst Company Success On Homophobes And Whiny Madden Fans

Video game giant EA is on the precipice of having a chance to repeat as grand champion in the Worst Company In America tournament, so one might think this would be a time for EA to make nice with the customers who feel like they are being mistreated. And in an EA.com blog post, Chief Operating Officer Peter Moore does admit to mistakes and promise to “do better.” But, for reasons we can’t even begin to fathom, he didn’t stop there. [More]

Worst Company In America Semifinals: EA Vs. Ticketmaster

Worst Company In America Semifinals: EA Vs. Ticketmaster


The last duel before the WCIA Final Fracas of Fury features the reigning tournament champ squaring off against a longtime contender with dreams of Golden Poo glory in its head. [More]

Meet The Final 4 Contenders For Worst Company In America 2013

Meet The Final 4 Contenders For Worst Company In America 2013


After more than two weeks of dismemberment, disembowelment, and all-around good family fun, this year’s Worst Company In America tournament nears its finale, with only four contenders remaining with a chance at claiming the ultimate victory and clutching the Golden Poo. [More]

Worst Company In America Quarterfinals: EA Vs. AT&T

Worst Company In America Quarterfinals: EA Vs. AT&T


Let’s close out the WCIA quarterfinals with this match between the reigning champ and the Death Star itself. [More]

Worst Company In America Quarterfinals: Comcast Vs. Time Warner Cable

Worst Company In America Quarterfinals: Comcast Vs. Time Warner Cable


Two spots remain in the WCIA semifinals, but only one of these craptastic cable companies will be moving on. [More]

Worst Company In America Quarterfinals: Ticketmaster Vs. Carnival

Worst Company In America Quarterfinals: Ticketmaster Vs. Carnival


It’s a battle of buzzkills, as two companies that seem intent on spoiling your good time square off for a shot at the WCIA semifinals. [More]

Worst Company In America Quarterfinals: Bank Of America Vs. Walmart

Worst Company In America Quarterfinals: Bank Of America Vs. Walmart


We’re getting so close to handing out the Golden Poo you can almost taste it. Wait… that doesn’t sound right. [More]

These 8 Remaining Worst Company In America Contenders Sure Are Elite

These 8 Remaining Worst Company In America Contenders Sure Are Elite

The madness of March, when 32 bad businesses began pummeling each other mercilessly in an orgy of blood and denied extended warranties, has been refined and honed into the brutal fiery fury of April, as only eight names cling tenuously to their claim to be the Worst Company In America. [More]

Worst Company In America Round 2: Carnival Vs. Spirit

Worst Company In America Round 2: Carnival Vs. Spirit


There is one spot left in the WCIA Anything-But-Elite 8, and these two companies are in a race to see who can get there slowest. [More]

Worst Company In America Round 2: Comcast Vs. DirecTV

Worst Company In America Round 2: Comcast Vs. DirecTV


If these two competitors were running this WCIA slap-fight, they would charge you to watch it on pay-per-view, then screw up the bill and cancel your service in the middle of the bout. [More]

Worst Company In America Round 2: FedEx Vs. Time Warner Cable

Worst Company In America Round 2: FedEx Vs. Time Warner Cable


It’s time to see which annoys you most: Packages that disappear into the ether, or cable installers who just never show up. [More]

Worst Company In America Round 2: EA Vs. Facebook

Worst Company In America Round 2: EA Vs. Facebook


Having each thoroughly thrashed their competitors in the opening round, it’s time for the reigning Golden Poo holder and the current king of social media to pick on someone their own size. [More]

Worst Company In America Round 2: Apple Vs. AT&T

Worst Company In America Round 2: Apple Vs. AT&T


Let’s get ready for the weekend by pitting a wildly popular electronics company against the wireless provider that had once been its partner-in-crime. [More]