EA has made history... by becoming the only company to win Worst Company in America for the second year in a row. EA beat Bank of America, with the video game company taking nearly 78% of the vote. Rounding out the final four was Ticketmaster and Comcast.
EA tried to fight the PR war early by releasing this quasi-apology from COO Peter Moore when the company was nominated.
Basse Andersen of Arendal, Norway gets startled. Easily. Very easily. His coworkers are always keen to exploit his jumpiness, trying to scare him at every turn during the course of a day. Being Norwegian, however, Andersen takes it all in good fun, saying that he rather enjoys being the subject of his coworkers' goofy pranks. I don't know about you, but I would pay good money to watch this guy play Slender... if he doesn't have a heart attack first!
WGN Morning News in Chicago thought they had caught on to a major story when they began reporting on a suspected plane crash which happened in the area. What they didn't know was that it was all staged. The crash site had been set up to be shot for the NBC TV show Chicago Fire. One thing is for sure here, though: Orson Welles would be proud.