'Dumbest' Video of the Week
Cybersecurity is front and center this morning after two developments over the weekend.
5 Dumbest on Wall St.
Sexy can't save SodaStream, Intercept's stock discovered gravity and Elon Musk's star power sways investors, all as part of Gregg Greenberg's latest roundup of the dumbest news from the financial halls of power.
General Mills' tries a Seinfeld schtick, Select gets shellacked, Madoff's bankers pay up and more, all on this week's 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street.
The 'Dumbest' lab says bye to BlackBerry and fingers Avon's ugliness among other corporate foolishness this week.
Ron Johnson, Perpetual Dumbest Thing, returns, along with Sohu and Groupon's Andrew Mason.
Martha Stewart, Live Nation and Vivus - among others - make this week's list of the biggest business bloopers.
Burger King, Wal-Mart and Heinz make the cut -- to their dismay -- in the list of the biggest business bloopers.
Cars, boats and, er, a fat-zapping belt -- none of which work properly -- made shareholders cringe.
We start in Italy and end in Washington D.C., taking in Vegas (casinos) and California (PCs). Oh, yeah: more Herbalife.
The Herbalife saga gets more insane. Plus, Yum's bad chicken, Penney's backpedaling, Tupperware's elitism and Chesapeake's good, old boy rides into the sunset.
Gregg Greenberg skewers the biggest companies that made the best bloopers.
The culprits this week include Boeing, Given Imaging, Facebook, Herbalife and HP.
This week, we travel from New York to Omaha to North Korea to round up the biggest bloopers in business.
These events are virtually guaranteed to take place this year. Just wait and see.
In a year of outstanding stupidity, these take the cake.
In a year of stupidity in the corporate world, these stand out.