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The Supreme Court has declared that corporations are people. Well, if some of these corporations were people, they'd be in jail. Each year, we ask you to vote for the worst of worst and induct the "winner" into our Corporate Hall of Shame. Then, we partner with allies to mobilize grassroots pressure and turn up the heat on corporations that corrupt the political process and abuse human rights, the environment and our public health. Join our Corporate Hall of Shame partners today, and take on some of the world's worst corporations with us.

Corporate Hall of Shame

KOCH INDUSTRIES WINNER 2016

Koch Industries

For creating more than 600 offshore subsidiaries as tax shelters, while funneling money into state and federal elections. Take Action.

Koch Industries Winner 2015

Koch Industries

For lavishing tens of millions of dollars on federal campaigns, lobbying and front groups to bust unions, deny climate change, and block campaign finance reform. Take Action.

BAYER WINNER 2014

Bayer

For manufacturing and profiting richly from pesticides linked to the alarming die-offs of bees, while funding junk science and PR to deny culpability. Take Action.

Featured Victory

Kimberly-Clark (the world's largest tissue-product manufacturer) was nominated for fueling large-scale deforestation. Kimberly-Clark was removed from the 2009 ballot after Greenpeace announced a historic agreement ensuring greater protection of Canada's boreal forest and other ancient forests around the world. View Past Victories

What's New
March 24, 2008
by Haider Rizvi NEW YORK - A corporate watchdog group has started a nationwide voting campaign to name and shame companies that run afoul of economic and environmental laws.0324 12…
March 23, 2008
By Ivan Penn Who says there's no justice for consumers? Opportunity has come again for consumers to vote their displeasure with corporate abuse. The polls opened last week for the crowning of the worst corporations of the year, a 14-year-old project of Corporate Accountability International.
January 29, 2008
By Timothy Williams BAGHDAD: Blackwater Worldwide, the security firm whose guards killed 17 civilians on a crowded Baghdad street in 2007, will not have its security license renewed by the U.S. government, officials said Thursday.

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