ONE OF THE THINGS that helps keep us entertained is the astonishing regularity with which IT industry executives manage to make fools of themselves.
On the occasion of HP's now former CEO Mark Hurd recently joining this dubious club in a spectacular way, our colleagues have collected a list of what they consider to be the most notable examples of such high level gaffes and stumbles over the years, and you can find that here. µ
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