10 Of The Evillest Corporations In Fiction

They say that art sometimes imitates life and vice-versa. This can be clearly seen in the way corporations are represented in pop-culture. The public perception regarding big corporations is that most of them are evil, money-hungry entities that stop at nothing to make a quick buck. This has been justly represented in various films, books and television shows as well. The economic meltdown and the rise of the one percent proves that these theories are true, and big corporations are aptly created using an evil persona in pop-culture. This list includes 10 of the most evil corporations in pop-culture:

Buy N’ Large

Buy N’ Large might be the most evil corporation on this list, simply because of what they manage to accomplish. This evil company, that is seen in the film ‘Wall-E’, manages to buy out all the companies in the world, and then pollute the Earth so badly that every one is forced into living in spaceships, which of course are built by Buy N’ Large.

Gekko And Co

Investment bankers and the people on Wall street have a very bad reputation attached to their names now. The film ‘Wall Street’ tried to show us this side of the financial market a long time ago, using the company ‘Gekko and Co’.