Jim Cramer, now of CNBC’s Mad Money, wrote a feature about Worth’s then owner titled, “How to Fix Fidelity.” The piece decried the company’s sagging performance and its executives’ inability to address its customers’ concerns. Cramer also excoriated Fidelity for its notoriously cagey attitude toward the press. “The press should be taken seriously. Believe me, if it isn’t, it will eventually force you to take it seriously.” A year later, Fidelity sold its stake in Worth.