IT, software and computer companies are certainly not without their share of poor executive decisions and mismanagement. While dozens of notable examples could have made our list, these were by far the top top 10 worst in the history of the technology industry, causing many billions of dollars of lost revenue or resulted in the downfall of entire companies.
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Ken Hess and I discuss the new Apple iPad and the implications of Oracle completing its acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
The New York Stock Exchange, all lit up for the holidays. Nice display, but is this really an appropriate message to send to Wall Street?
As predicted in my previous post about Continental Airlines' actively obstructive behavior in order to prevent access to CLEAR lanes in its major airport hubs, a major competing airline, Delta Airlines threw down the gauntlet this morning as the first major domestic US air carrier to enter a long term co-branded partnership with Verified Identity Pass.
Apple should look to the example of the commercial real estate industry by leasing "Virtual Retail" floor space on the App Store and transform it into an App Mall.
Apple, with a market capitalization of over $416 billion, its stock trading at around $445 a share, and swimming in over $90 billion in cash, needs to figure out how to spend its money. I’ve got a few suggestions.