Security Company founded in 1997 with strong connections to the U.S. State Department and military. Involved in smuggling more dirty business. Has now been renamed to Xe Services.
Chocolate manufacturer was in the late 1970s in a scandal relating to baby milk witch led to a boycott against the company in 1977th Was severely criticized by Greenpeace in 2010 for using environmentally destructive palm oil in chocolate.
Has been a lot of beating in the wake of financial crisis.The investment bank was sued in 2010 by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for having cheated clients with risky investments.Pictured CEO andChairman Lloyd Blankfein.
Company founder Bill Gates may be one of the world’s biggest philanthropists. But while many wrinkles on his nose for the software giant’s monopolistic practices.
5. British Petroleum
BP’s top management in public relations fiasco following the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history.
6. International Telephone & Telegraph (ITT)
Was a major shareholder in Chilean telecommunications company Chitelco. Accused in the early 1970s for having helped to topple the then Chilean president Salvador Allende, who was succeeded by dictator Augusto Pinochet.
7. United Fruit Company
American companies in the early 1900s with a monopoly on the banana trade and deeply affecting the economic and political developments in several Latin American countries. United Fruit Company (now Chiquita Brands International) gave its name to the term banana republic.
Got terrible reputation tarnished when the company’s supertanker Exxon Valdez ran aground off Alaska in March 1989.
9. Union Carbide
Killed nearly 15,000 people in India with methyl isocyanate in the “deadliest disaster in business history”, according to The Daily Beast. Was sued in 1989 by the Indian state, while top management was in prison
10. Standard Oil
The company led by industrialist John D. Rockefeller (pictured) was widely admired in the late 1880s.Was hated because of unscrupulous business practices. Was forced in 1911 by the U.S. Department of Justice to shatter the 34 “small parts” with names like Mobil, Exxon, Chevron, and Amoco.