As some of you may remember from ages ago I work for a company that deals largely in reprints and monetization of newspaper IP, recently I have been doing a lot of archive work and cleanup, and based on what I have seen in the 90s and early 2000s I think I can pretty much guarantee you that any company which is willing to spend advertising dollars on telling you how wonderful the COMPANY is (as opposed to it’s products) has skeletons in it’s closet and is trying desperately to hide them. Source: “Old” GM, BP, Enron, Tyco, MCI/Worldcom. Who’re today’s offenders? I’d divest now.

I feel like Northrop-Grumman might be a candidate...