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  • Blog Post: EA Will Not Three-peat As The Worst Company In America

    All reigns must come to an end, and we’re sure that Andrew Wilson and Peter Moore are thrilled that EA’s has sunset. In the first round of Consumerist’s Worst Company In America 2014 competition, EA has been knocked out in round one of the 64-company tournament. Time Warner Cable edged... More
  • Blog Post: EA Brings Home Second Consecutive "Worst Company In America" Award

    I think it's safe to say that Peter Moore is not currently dancing around the EA offices to "We are the Champions." His company has had a rough 2013 so far, and today isn't making it any better. The voting in the final round of Consumerist's " Worst Company in America "... More
  • Blog Post: Consumerist Agrees That EA Can Do Better, Rebuts Peter Moore

    Last week we shared with you a statement from EA's chief operating officer Peter Moore regarding his company's current "success" in this year's Consumerist "Worst Company in America" contest (EA has made it to the quarter-final round). In Moore's statement, he blamed... More
  • Blog Post: EA Up For Worst Company Award…Again

    Last year, Electronic Arts won the Consumerist's award for worst company in America, as voted on by readers of the site. Will the publisher take home the award two years in a row? EA's "victory" last year had a lot to do with the fervor surrounding the Mass Effect ending . Thankfully... More
  • Blog Post: EA Wins "Worst Company In America" Award

    The website Consumerist recently held a tournament-style campaign where fans could vote for what they think is the worst company in America. Publisher Electronic Arts won. EA beat out Bank of America for the honor in the final round of voting. "After more than 250,000 votes, Consumerist readers... More
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