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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All of you people on here that are mad at Corporations and Million and Billionaires because they wont share with you need to wake up. I'm not saying these companies and the rich that own and run them are the cleanest most upstanding people in the world but they create jobs and put people to work. Capitalism made this country what it is or was. The the bleeding hearts start with the " Its not Fair " crap that they have implemented in our schools now.
Simple math. Get rid of these mean awful corporations and the rich and then tell me where your " Everybody Owes Me Something " programs get there funding. I'm sure Obama would give up his salary and stock hold earnings to help his peoples.
And now the almighty Twinkee is is the hands of Wal-Mart.
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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