34 Trivia Tidbits About the Idiocy of the Corporate World

34 Trivia Tidbits About the Idiocy of the Corporate World

We thought we had to be insanely smart to make a ton of money, but as we’ve learned from one of our many facts lists, people with below-average intelligence are just as likely to become financially successful. That definitely gives us hope. Like, if these rich morons can make some of the most boneheaded business decisions ever, then so can we! You’ll see.

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CRACKED ELON MUSK Elon Musk's net worth has dropped $9 billion since buying Twitter, and he is now facing a number of financial challenges in owning the company.

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M 94568 In 2006, McDonald's Japan ran a promotion in which 10,000 mp3 players would be awarded to lucky customers. The players contained a virus which stole data when connected to a computer. McDonald's had to provide the winners with an antivirus program and replace the players. GRAGKED.COM

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Eager to promote confidence in his company's identity theft protection services, the CEO of LifeLock Social Security used campaign. his number actual in stock advertising Perhaps fell victim to identity theft. Thirteen times. My Social Security # is: As a result, 457-55-5462 LifeLock was LifeLock. accused of Guarantee Your Good Name deceptive advertising and fined $12 million. Guarantee Your Good Name Then again, five years later. This time for $100 million. GRAGKED.COM

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CRACKED NOKIA 3 def g 1 2 abc 4 b ghi mno 5 jkl 7 pqrs wx 8 tuv * ب 0 MICROSOFT Microsoft has wasted at least $8 billion on its failed Nokia experiment, and CEO Satya Nadella's vision for the company has shifted away from a devices and services focus, resulting in the end of Microsoft's mobile subsidiary.

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Before the iPhone, Apple had tried its hand in the game business by teaming up with Bandai to create the Pippin, a disc-based console with a trackball in the controller. aTMORK STRAKK. PewerPC The combination of a $600 price tag, barely any software support, and terrible management during Apple's years without Steve Jobs caused the Pippin to die within two years. GRACKED.COM

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Turtine A 03 PAY BY 167 Co Mondensator TOUCH SOLA PAY BY TOUCH place center OF finger flat 8 sensor CV press and hold wait E green 3 light GRACKED.COM This company used biometrics for payments back in 2002. But the CEO was caught in a bunch of scandals (embezzling, drugs, domestic abuse), and the company went bust before smartphones were even invented.

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FLYING CARS SOLK 3218 fe CRACKED.COM Henry Ford had a plan for cheap, easy-to-use, personal planes everyone can own. A plane in every driveway! Then his prototype (avoidably) crashed during a test flight, and Ford scrapped the whole idea. HA 8

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