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Sorriest Tech Companies of 2016
« on: December 20, 2016, 09:52:32 PM »
There have been a few wins in tech during 2016, but there have been some major disasters as well. Some companies managed bad PR with style and class, and then there were a few that struggled. Samsung tried, but overall the Note 7 was a raging disaster and Facebook had a glitch that killed millions of users (in theory). Take a look below and find out which company was the sorriest.

   Microsoft couldn’t get out of its culturally-clueless way in 2016. Samsung apologized over and over for its flaming Note7 fiasco. HP, T-Mobile, Facebook and pretty much every other big name in tech was forced to issue a public apology or more during the year, as public relations pros earned their money (or not) to salvage their employer or client’s reputation – for the time being.Source: NetworkWorld

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