Worst Company Disasters! | Top 6 Blunders

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  • Arthur


     2 years ago +2875

    They had a computer like that... In 1973 ?????!!!
    Mind completely blown....

  • dumbbell1231


     5 months ago +605

    Xerox,the photocopier company, got its technology copied... isn’t that irony or what?

  • Nodrodsky


     3 months ago +343

    If Exite had bought GOOGLE ,it does not mean it would be the same GOOGLE today.

  • I Do Coke

    I Do Coke

     3 months ago +239

    The Xerox one is insane. They had the skeleton key for the entire computer industry and had no idea.
    Wonder who the R & D people were? That is radically advanced for 1973.

  • Kori Harpoon

    Kori Harpoon

     2 months ago +217

    For Blockbuster it's amazing how much damage one person with one stupid mind-frame can cause.

  • Rebel Provost

    Rebel Provost

     8 months ago +966

    YouTube is going to do this to themselves with the relentless advertising during videos.

  • Spartan Chuckles

    Spartan Chuckles

     2 months ago +120

    Blackberry sort of went down the same road as Nokia did.

  • Milano


     4 months ago +193

    Don't think all CEOs are smart just because they are paid handsomely.

  • D J

    D J

     7 months ago +63

    I worked for Kodak for 13 years in Rochester... we saw disaster coming as it happened and couldn't understand WTF management was thinking....

  • 02Nawal


     7 months ago +52

    The morons that ran Nokia should have been fired and beaten

  • Samantha Nel

    Samantha Nel

     1 months ago +36

    In the year 3000 you will find a working Nokia 3310 somewhere out there with battery life.

  • Zenbeach Traveler

    Zenbeach Traveler

     2 days ago +10

    If my Motorola razor wasn't stolen from hostel in Malaysia back in those times, I'd still be proudly using it these days.

  • ThaManOf ThaHour

    ThaManOf ThaHour

     7 days ago +24

    Blockbuster was dope. Miss those days. Having to get there as early as possible after school to get the new release on friday nights.

  • troy neenan

    troy neenan

     1 months ago +41

    I am actually surprised that Netflix hasn't made a documentary on their struggle. That board meeting where Blockbuster laughed them out would be so funny to watch.

  • Rainy Jane

    Rainy Jane

     7 months ago +35

    It's so surreal how Blockbuster Video vanished. To me it's like yesterday when my ex and I used to go there every Friday night to get movies.

  • CitizenJ1


     2 days ago +2

    To add one more...Panasonic. Panasonic dominated early cell phones.
    For those of us old enough to remember Panasonic had been a big name in the 70s and 80's with televisions and Stereos and the advent of personal cell phones in the early 90s was just what they needed to rescue their name from obscurity as Imports at a lower cost and better quality started flooding the stereo/tv markets.
    The very first cell phones were all analog and Panasonic's name was on almost all of them!
    The engineers a Panasonic realized you could do so much more with digital. They realized you could send text and even very revolutionary... pictures! They took this to the vice president of engineering and he shot it down.
    Panasonic remained analog and got eaten alive.

  • Darrin Nunyah

    Darrin Nunyah

     7 months ago +63

    I went to a friend's house in 1976 (or '77) when I was 10 or 11 years old and his dad, a Xerox executive, had brought an ALTO home. I thought that was the. coolest thing ever. I was a poor kid, so we had no hope of getting one, but I spent a lot of nights over at his house, just playing around with that thing. Finally bought my first PC in 1980 with money I saved mowing lawns, for about 1/20th of the price of an ALTO.

  • Actiontech


     7 months ago +185

    The 7/11 dude obliterated blockbuster

  • Clifford Correa

    Clifford Correa

     8 months ago +654

    Lesson for companies: Dont hire dumbhead executives.

  • Chris Brown

    Chris Brown

     2 days ago +1

    Oh my... I don't know what to say after seeing this. Like, wow... or should I be shocked.