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That's right, after two years as The Consumerist's Worst Company in America, as voted by the site's online audience, EA was knocked out in the first round by Time Warner Cable. EA received 48.8 percent of the vote, while TWC got 51.2 percent. In response to EA's win last year, COO Peter Moore sa...

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Gamers aren't letting up on Electronic Arts for its record and attitude. The games publisher was voted "Worst Company in America" for a second year in a row in The Consumerist's poll. EA trounced the other finalist, Bank of America, with 78% of the tallies. The Consumerist provided commentary ...

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Today marks another resounding success for the gaming industry! Be proud, everyone; call your parents, have a glass of fancy wine and kiss your spouse: We've won the Golden Poo. EA was voted the "absolute worst company in America" in The Consumerist's 2012 poll, defeating Bank of America with 64 pe...

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Two weeks ago, The Consumerist launched the "Worst Company in America 2012" challenge, featuring 32 businesses from a variety of industries, including gaming, which this year threw three companies into the running: EA, Sony and GameStop. EA and Sony battled it out in the first round, with EA fighti...

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One of our readers, Bill, sent us a tip about a WoW account issue on The Consumerist. It seems that the ownership of Anonymous's friend's account is under dispute and Blizzard won't let him use it in the meantime. The ownership became disputed after the account was allegedly hacked, even though the...

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The latest Spore controversy comes courtesy of some false information printed in the game's manual. The Consumerist reports that despite the game's manual stating purchasers "may have multiple Spore accounts for each installation of the game," they only have one. An EA forum rep stated that the in...

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