From strange sandwiches to even stranger luggage, from rude receipts to corporate misdoings, here’s a look back at the 10 most read stories on Consumerist for 2010.
2010 is just about all wrapped up and many of us are at least paying lip service to self-improvement by making new year’s resolutions. So in that optimistic spirit, let’s see if we can come up with some resolutions that retailers and other companies should adopt for 2011.
2010 is just about over and most of us in the Consumerist cave are already half in the bag from the box of cheap wine Meg got for Christmas. So for this look back at the last 365 days, we’ve handed over the reins to Jean Teasdale, The Onion’s resident humor and human-interest columnist and first-time author, for her unique view on some of the year’s biggest stories.
In what will probably come as a surprise to no one, Consumerist readers have overwhelmingly selected the BP/Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico as the biggest business debacle of 2010.
Some Camaro fans at Camaro5 have put together a list of owner-submitted things to watch out for with the new Camaro. Although they point out that not every other Camaro that rolls off the line is a bucket of fail—this isn’t the Xbox 360, after all—there do seem to be enough first year production issues that you should inspect the vehicle very carefully before leaving the dealership.