The 101 Dumbest Moments in Business 2007

The 101 Dumbest Moments in Business 2007

101 Dumbest Moments in Business Ah, what a dumb year it was! Fortune chose the absolutely dumbest of the dumb that the gods of fate and humor delivered into our laps - and yours - this past year. more
Bosses behaving badly They're drunk, fakers, thieves and also avid golfers -- and they're at the helm of corporate America. These are the mind-boggling mishaps that took place in the executive suite. more
Sex, drugs and celebrities In 2007, sex and drugs surfaced in the most unlikely places -- like children's toys, fitness centers and of course the urn holding Keith Richard's father. more
Top tech flops Exploding toilets and a startup that actually called itself VaporTech. When 400 surfers are dumb enough to click on an ad offering to infect their PCs, what's left for us to do? more
Misadventures in advertising For the most part, companies hope that their ad spending will boost their image. But clearly these campaigns have had the opposite effect. more
10 high-flying snafus Air travel took a wrong turn long ago. But 2007 was a year in which -- dare we say it? -- the industry hit new lows. more
Spectacular subprime fiascos Some Wall Street titans fiddled while Rome burned bridge, anyone? -- while others denied there was any sort of catastrophe was afoot. more
Bing: My 10 dumbest moments of 2007 Like many of you, I indulged in some stunning acts of pure dumbness. Herewith, the highlights. more
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