10 worst business moves of 2012
Here are some of the biggest, most embarrassing missteps made by corporations in the past 12 months.
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Here's the biggest business blooper that fooled the public and sullied the reputation of an entire industry; an industry that is supposed to represent the truth to and for the public
THE MEDIA: YOUR BIAS AND AGENDA DURING OUR ELECTION THIS YEAR MANIPULATED TRUTH ANDLIED TO THE PUBLIC FOR THEIR OWN AGENDA; IRRESPECTIVE OF THE TRUTH THAT THE AMERICAN PUBLIC NEEDED TO MAKE "HONEST" "FACT-FILLED CHOICES
And for that the Media should be ashamed of themselves, duping the public and all that
Denny's food stinks. They were the primary reason I decided that restaurant breakfasts are the most expensive and least satisfying restaurant meals. Breakfast is easy to prepare at home and you can have a huge home cooked breakfast for less than a dollar. If you must eat on the go, you can't beat McDonalds for 2 bucks instead of 12.
This last political season also brought out the business vermin who displayed their "screw the consumer" positions. Makes it easier for me to decide where NOT to spend my money.
It's called expenditures. Unfortunately, we as people are expendable. How many men and women work their way up to the top, only to train their twenty year-old, just graduated from college, no-experience having, snot nosed kid as their replacement. Why would a corporation or any company for that matter pay someone who has a PhD, when they can pay the lesser and have the better train their replacement. Don't knock Wal-Mart too hard,...........it may be the only place to give you a job in your later years!
In the end, it doses not matter who is in the White House. It is ALL out of control and out of the hands of the taxpayer. Talk about real "taxation without representation", well here it is again.
Romney at least has a "money making" mentality, instead of just "money taking ".
We will get tax increases to pay for government not doing their job in protecting the tax payers. The bailouts were proof of this," to big to fail....and nobody went to jail".
I didn't bother to look at your slides. Business in America is Terrorism today. To say that one made a worst move than another has only the stock market as a judge and jury. The sum total advances for the markets was pedicated purely on fiat money printing, not any enterprise. You can't name any business that hired workers at family sustaining wages, established factories, cooperated with unions, made it here instead of importing and didn't pay more for personnel than it did for retained pariah assigned to manipulate legalese, skip out of tax liability and play with trades instead of building a better mouse trap.
American Corporations are cancer to America today. Fewer people work in them. Look for one decision in 2013 from Americans tired of hired-in lowlifes--- we'd rather start over than roll over. You know what you can do with your trademark protected job exported product imported brand platform.
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