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America's Worst Companies to Work For

In order to identify America's worst companies to work for, 24/7 Wall St. examined employee reviews at Glassdoor. To be considered, companies had to have a minimum of 300 reviews. Of the more than 300 companies with more than 300 comments, 24/7 Wall St. identified the nine publicly traded companies that received the worst scores — 2.5 or lower. This year, Sears Holdings and subsidiary Kmart made the cut independently — both scores are included. This content was originally published on 24/7 Wall St.These are America's worst companies to work for.1. DISH > Rating: 2.3 > Number of reviews: 831 > CEO approval rating: 40% (Joseph Clayton) > Employees: 35,000DISH has the unfortunate distinction of topping the list for the second year in a row. DISH shares many of the hallmarks of companies despised by their workers. With 14 million subscribers in a market with a great deal of competition, the number of customer complaints is large. Consumer surveys demonstrate the magnitude of the problem. D...

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    Express Scripts Holding Co.'s (ESRX) second-quarter earnings fell 49% as the pharmacy-benefit manager absorbed acquisition costs, but results topped Wall Street expe...

  2. Express Scripts Beats in 2Q, Boosts Full-Year Outlook

    Express Scripts Holding Co (NASDAQ:ESRX) on Tuesday raised its full-year earnings forecast, citing a strong second quarter, increased use of more profitable generic ...

  3. Walgreen Leaps 12% After Signing Express Scripts Pact

    Ending months of costly sparring, Walgreen (NYSE:WAG) inked a multi-year pharmacy benefits network agreement on Thursday with Express Scripts (NASDAQ:ESRX), sending ...

  4. Express Scripts 1Q Profit Declines On Medco Costs

    Express Scripts Holding Co.'s (ESRX) first-quarter earnings fell 18%, pressured by costs tied to the recent acquisition of fellow pharmacy-benefit manager Medco Heal...

  5. FTC Approves Express Scripts-Medco Deal

    After almost a year of investigating, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission gave a green light to Express Scripts’ (NASDAQ:ESRX) $29.1 billion takeover of Medco Health S...

  6. Express Scripts Cites Smooth Transition From Walgreen

    Express Scripts Inc. (ESRX) has had a smooth transition away from its relationship with Walgreen Co . (WAG), which left the pharmacy-benefit manager's network on Jan...

  7. Express Scripts Buys Medco for $29 Billion

    Express Scripts (NASDAQ:ESRX) unveiled a $29.1 billion agreement on Thursday to take over rival Medco Health Solutions (NYSE:MHS) in a deal that would create the ind...

  8. Express Scripts Widens 4Q Profit, Revenue Disappoints

    Express Scripts (NASDAQ:ESRX) revealed late Tuesday a stronger-than-expected 47% increase in fourth-quarter profit, fueled by higher sales and milder expenses, thoug...

  9. Express Scripts Buys Wellpoint Unit

    Express Scripts pays $4.68B for deal.

  1. Express Scripts 1Q Helped By Medco; Outlook Lifted

    Express Scripts Holding Co. (ESRX) said Monday its first-quarter earnings rose 39%, fueled by last year's Medco Health Solutions deal, and the company slightly incre...

  2. Express Scripts CEO's 2012 Compensation Climbs to $12.8 Million

    Express Scripts Holding Co. (ESRX) Chief Executive George Paz's compensation rose 50% in value last year, a year in which his company wrapped up a $29.1 billion acqu...

  3. Express Scripts Earnings Surged 74%; Forecast Clears Lowered Hurdle

    Pharmacy-benefit manager Express Scripts Holding Co. (ESRX) reported a 74% surge in fourth-quarter earnings, helped by a major acquisition, while forecasting 2013 ea...

  4. Express Scripts 4Q Profit Surges 75%

    Express Scripts (NASDAQ:ESRX) reported on Monday a fourth-quarter profit that leaped 75% on higher revenue.Net income for the period was $511 million, compared to $2...

  5. Express Scripts Sees Economic Pressure on Business

    Express Scripts Holding Co.'s (ESRX) clients have "unprecedented concerns" about the U.S. economy that, coupled with pressure on individual patients, is weighing on ...

  6. Express Scripts Net Up, But 2013 Concerns Hit Shares

    Express Scripts Holding Co.'s (ESRX) third-quarter earnings rose 21%, helped by the pharmacy-benefit manager's purchase of Medco Health Solutions earlier this year, ...

  7. Walgreen to Remain Out of Tricare Pharmacy Network

    The U.S. Department of Defense's Tricare health plan has decided it won't let its nearly 10 million beneficiaries who get drug coverage through Express Scripts Holdi...

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