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America's Stupidest Business Decisions: 101 Blunders, Flops, And Screwups

by Bill Adler Jr.

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When it comes to business, America is number one: a magnet for people from all over the world with ambition. But this book isn't about our country's successes, it's about our flops. America's Stupidest Business Decisions offers a smile-inducing selection of absolutely true business blunders. It is a compilation of classic business duds - from early this century to the present day - that will leave you feeling relieved you didn't call the shots on these projects that went awry. Covering inane inventions, promotional bungles, and disastrous investment decisions, America's Stupidest Business Decisions is a witty celebration of noble ventures that misfired. Some slipups you will recognize, but the book also exposes many fiascos you've never heard about. And as well as laughing, you will learn from the bad experiences of others - and avoid costly errors yourself.

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