It’s that time of year again: the time when we ask our readers to pick the worst footnote of 2010. As with years past, there were a lot of good candidates this year and Theo, Sonya and I had trouble winnowing the list down to just five. Previous winners have included Chesapeake Energy (CPK) and Qwest Communications (Q), which is making a return run this year. All entries were culled from posts in 2010. Here’s a rundown:
- Teen retailer Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) giving $4 million to CEO Michael Jeffries to replace the executive’s access to the corporate jet
You can find the survey here.