The polls haven’t closed yet, but as of right now Bank of America appears to be heading to the finals in this year’s Worst Company In America tournament. But unlike reigning WCIA champ Comcast, which would rather ask its employees to flood the ballot box than fix the problems, BofA has reportedly started a company-wide initiative to at least pay lip service to the idea of making the company run more smoothly.
Two weeks ago we mentioned that Cognitive Daily was running an informal poll about thriftiness. Here at Consumerist, we like to take polls. We bumped up their response rate to over 5,000, far higher than what they usually get, and now they’ve posted the results. Apparently we all think we’re thriftier than everyone around us, especially our significant others, and the world wants to shop at the GAP. We bet the GAP is happy to hear that—too bad (for them) the poll was informal.
As we so often do, The Consumerist was gazing in the mirror this morning and wondering “who are we?” and “why are we here?” and “what is that strange growth?“
Here’s the stories, or “word wars” if you will, you took the most sick, voyeuristic pleasure in watching again and again this week.