Aren`t these corporate "job makers" the exact same ones who put the US in the financial crisis it is in?

ALL of these corps. have forsaken their home country in search for maximum profit by producing and manufacturing in China in some form or another (this is only a partial list)

Seriously, wake up! Who do you think is responsible for the lack of jobs? Is it THEM for moving or YOU for buying?

AT&T

Abercrombe & Fitch

Abbott Laboratories

Acer Electronics

Ademco Security

ADI Security

AGI- American Gem Institute

AIG Financial

Agrilink Foods, Inc. (ProFac)

Allergan Laboratories

American Eagle Outfitters

American Standard

American Tourister

Ames Tools

Amphenol Corporation

Amway Corporation

Analog Devices, Inc.

Apple Computer

Armani

Armour Meats

Ashland Chemical

Ashley Furniture

Associated Grocers

AudioVox

AutoZone, Inc.

Avon

Banana Republic

Bausch & Lomb, Inc.

Baxter International

Bed, Bath & Beyond

Belkin Electronics

Best Buy

Best Foods

Big 5 Sporting Goods

Black & Decker

Body Shop

Borden Foods

Briggs & Stratton

Calrad Electric

Campbell 's Soup

Carole Cable

Casio Instrument

Caterpillar, Inc.

CBC America

CCTV Outlet

Checker Auto

CitiCorp

Cisco Systems

Chiquita Brands International

Claire's Boutique

Cobra Electronics

Coby Electronics

Coca Cola Foods

Colgate-Palmolive

Colorado Spectrum

ConAgra Foods

Cooper Tire

Corning, Inc.

Coleman Sporting Goods

Compaq

Crabtree & Evelyn

Cracker Barrel Stores

Craftsman Tools (see Sears)

Cummins, Inc.

Dannon Foods

Dell Computer

Del Monte Foods

Dewalt Tools

DHL

Dial Corporation

Diebold, Inc.

Dillard's, Inc.

Dodge-Phelps

Dole Foods

Dollar Tree Stores, Inc.

Dow-Corning

Eastman Kodak

EchoStar

Eclipse CCTV

Edge Electronics Group

Electric Vehicles USA, Inc.

Eli Lilly Company

Emerson Electric

Enfamil

Estee Lauder

Eveready

Family Dollar Stores

FedEx

Fisher Scientific

Ford Motors

Fossil

Frito Lay

Furniture Brands International

GAP Stores

Gateway Computer

GE, General Electric

General Foods International

General Mills

General Motors

Gentek

Gerber Foods

Gillette Company

Goodrich Company

Goodyear Tire

Gucci

Guess?

Haagen-Dazs

Harley Davidson

Hasbro Company

Heinz Foods

Hershey Foods

Hitachi

Hoffman-LaRoche

Holt's Automotive Products

Hormel Foods

Home Depot

Honda Motor

Hoover Vacuum

HP Computer

Honeywell

Hubbell Inc.

Huggies

Hunts-Wesson Foods

ICON Office Solutions

IBM

Intel Corporation

J.C. Penny's

J.M. Smucker Company

John Deere

Johnson Control

Johnson & Johnson

Johnstone Supply

JVC Electronics

KB Home

Keebler Foods

Kenwood Audio

KFC, Kentucky Fried Chicken

Kimberly Clark

Knorr Foods

K-Mart

Kohler

Kohl's Corporation

Kraft Foods

Kragen Auto

Land's End

Lexmark

LG Electronics

Lipton Foods

L.L. Bean, Inc.

Logitech

Libby's Foods

Linen & Things

Lipo Chemicals, Inc.

Lowe's Hardware

Lucent Technologies

Lufkin

Mars Candy

Martha Stewart Products

Mattel

McCormick Foods

McDonald's

McKesson Corporation

Megellan GPS

Memorex

Merck & Company

Michael's Stores

Mitsubishi Electronics

Mitsubishi Motors

Mobile Oil

Molex

Motorola

Motts Applesauce

Multifoods Corporation

Nabisco Foods

National Semiconductor

Nescafe

Nestles Foods

Nextar

Nike

Nivea Cosmetics

Northrop Grumman Corporation

NuSkin International

Nutrilite (see Amway)

Nvidia Corporation (G-Force)

Office Depot

Olin Corporation

Old Navy

Olympus Electronics

Orion-Knight Electronics

Pacific Sunwear, Inc.

Pamper's

Panasonic

Pan Pacific Electronics

Panvise

Papa Johns

Payless Shoesource

Pelco

Pentax Optics

Pep Boy's

Pepsico International

PetsMart

Petco

Pfizer, Inc.

Phillip Morris Companies

Pier 1 Imports

Pierre Cardin

Pillsbury Company

Pitney Bowes, Inc.

Pizza Hut

Plantronics

PlaySchool Toys

Polaris Industries

Polaroid

Polo (see Ralph Loren)

Post Cereals

Price-Pfister

Pringles

Praxair

Proctor & Gamble

PSS World Medical

Pyle Audio

Qualcomm

Quest One

Radio Shack

Ralph Loren

RCA

Reebok International

Reynolds Aluminum

Revlon

Rohm & Hass Company

Samsonite

Schwinn Bike

Sears-Craftsman

Seven-Eleven (7-11)

Sherwin-Williams

Shure Electronics

Sony

Speco Technologies/Pro Video

Shopko Stores

Skechers Footwear

SmartHome

Smucker's (see J.M. Smucker's)

Solar Power, Inc.

Spencer Gifts

Stanley Tools

Staple's

Starbucks Corporation

Steelcase, Inc.

STP Oil

Sunkist Growers

SunMaid Raisins

Sunglass Hut

Sunkist

Subway Sandwiches

Switchcraft Electronics

SYSCO Foods

Sylvania Electric

3-M

Tamron Optics

Target

Tektronix, Inc

Texas Instruments

Timex

Timken Bearing

TNT

Tommy Hilfiger

Tower Automotive

Toy's R Us, Inc.

Trader Joe's

Tripp-lite

True Value Hardware

Tupper Ware

Tyson Foods

Uniden Electronics

UPS

Valspar Corporation

Victoria 's Secret

Vizio Electronics

VTech

Walgreen Company

Walt Disney Company

Walmart

WD-40 Corporation

Weller Electric Company

Western Digital

Westinghouse Electric

Weyerhaeuser Company

Whirlpool Corporat

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Bingo!

  • 8 years ago

    Unions make it too expensive to have plants in America.

    And when you try to move from a union state to a non-union state, they take you to court.

    So you finally just say "I'll build in Mexico. Have a nice day."

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    The fascist U.S government and it's corporations teach the us citizens to obey.

  • 8 years ago

    It's partially our fault and mostly the UNIONS fault.

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