Claiming your product will revolutionize the industry? Dissing your competitors? Comparing yourself to Steve Jobs? If you don't live up to your own hype, you might end up permanently scarring your business. Take it from Color's Bill Nguyen and Blockbuster's Jim Keyes.
Finally! Admission of wrongdoing! After years as Blockbuster's largest shareholder, Carl Icahn, who at one point amassed some 17 million shares of the now-bankrupt company, has called Blockbuster "the worst investment I ever made."
Blockbuster is currently searching for a new CEO. Who should they select? How can Blockbuster remake itself to compete with Netflix, Redbox, Apple, and the whole slew of companies that caused its demise?