Top 10 Worst Business Decisions Ever Made
The AOL-Time Warner Merger:Steve Case, CEO of AOL (L) and Gerald Levin, CEO of Time Warner hug on January 10, 2000 in New York after.
Kodak Sits on Digital: Eastman Kodak unveiled an Olympic Games commemorative limited edition compact digital camera in 2004.
Blockbuster Rejects Netflix for $50 Million:Does this bring back memories? A young boy and his mother in Mexico look at a movie inside a Blockbuster store in 1992.
Coke Introduces 'New Coke: This billboard advertises the short-lived New Coke.
J.C. Penney Drops 'Fake Prices: This J.C. Penney store shows a jacket on sale for $39.99, down from $100. Studies.
Western Union Hangs Up on the Telephone:A Western Union messenger, age 15, delivers telegrams in 1912. Back then, Western Union bet on telegrams rather.
Excite Passes on Google for $750,000: Pierre-Yves Paques, managing director for France for Excite Group ATT, posed.
E.T. Could Have Been Eating M&Ms: E.T. might have been following a trail of M&Ms rather than Reese's Pieces if Mars.
Rupert Murdoch Buys, Nearly Kills MySpace: Chris DeWolfe, then-head of MySpace, gives a lecture at Yonsei University in Seoul in 2008.
NBC and CBS Get Sacked by 'Monday Night Football: Monday Night Football broadcasters (L-R) Frank Gifford, Howard Cosell and O.J.