Sex, drugs & celebrities...oh my!
Okay, so you're probably wondering why we left Britney Spears off the list....Really, though, tell us what you think of these gaffes from both bold-faced names and big corporate names. Do you think they hurt images, or do you agree that 'there's no such thing as bad press?'
Wal-Mart's 'dumb' year
The world's largest retailer took a beating in 2006 over efforts to clean up its image. From hiring civil rights activist Andrew Young to orchestrating what seemed like a folksy, independent blog called 'Wal-Marting Across America,' the company stumbled badly. What do you think of its attempts to put a smiley face on its tarnished image? Do you think Wal-Mart's been unfairly singled out, or deserves to be the Grand Prize winner of Business 2.0's 101 Dumbest Moments in Business?
Bosses behaving badly
Business 2.0's 101 Dumbest Moments is chock full of instances where employers, like Northwest Airlines and National Semiconductor, treated laid-off workers badly. And there are plenty of instances of executive misbehaving, in the conference room and the motel room. Tell us which Dumbest Moment shocked you the most, and what you've seen on the job.
101 Dumbest Moments in Business
What do you think of our latest list of dumbest moments in business for 2006? Have you ever worked for the companies that made the list? Or been on the receiving end of their dumb behavior? The best replies will be published here, and possibly in a future story on CNNMoney.com.
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