From Sterling Cooper to Wernham Hogg – we run down the best companies on the small screen. Would you work for them?
Forget Peggy, Joan, and even Don – the real star of Mad Men is Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, the fictional ad agency which houses the show's cast of characters. Non-existent Hr policies and a laissez-faire attitude to office-based alcoholism might jar with today's sensibilities, but with a swanky setting, stylish fittings and inexhaustible supplies of scotch the office still has a certain allure. Not all television workplaces have quite the same allure – an ambition to work for Wernham Hogg, for instance, is not one widely shared – but it remains one of TV's most memorable businesses.
So join us as we cast an eye over the best companies to ever grace the small screen. Have we shortlisted the best cathode ray corporations or has your favourite fictional workplace been left off of our small screen CV? »
- Daniel Bettridge
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