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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what is truly amazing is that he would never have missed the money if he had been a human being.
He was a smuck for a mere $1,000.00/per month. May he never find work again.
Almost all business can operate without top CEOs but none can operate without the labor force that makes the money.
They forgot to list Comrade Obambam's reelection. The man belongs on the TV show Hustle. He pulled off the biggest con of all: fooling most Americans into thinking he's done a great job. The unemployment rate is 7.9%. He shoved Obambamcare down our throats. Now we have to deal with the fallout from the Benghazi debacle. Yup he's one hell of a con man.
Okay, now let's have an article titled " 12 biggest government screw ups." Let's start with Benghazi.
What's that you say? Oh.yeah, I forgot, it's not cool to criticize the anointed one, even for criminal behavior.
I'll never go to best buy again. just because of that $6.6 million severance package after leaving the company, **** him and **** Best Buy, which their over priced ****, and crappy Geek team that can even turn on a computer.
Don't blame the union. Don't blame Obama care, Don't blame a lying democrat female bleeding heart. How did I know MSN would look at everything through progressive eyes. .
Just goes to show big business is trying to buy a politician to get their ways. Then the politician is obligated to preform for them (big business) instead of working for "WE THE PEOPLE" as some oath states.
If this doesn't change, where big business buys politicians, we will regress rather than progress. No money from any outside group! Period!
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