Most Idiotic Business Plans of 1999

from the only-scratching-the-surface dept

Forbes has an article about the most idiotic business plans of the year. Of course, a number of them are dot coms. I think they missed out on a lot of good ones. If anyone feels like nominating other companies for the title, enter it below. Maybe I’ll make a poll question out of it.

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Mike (profile) says:

Re: two more alarmingly strange business plans

Two good ones. Two more to consider are: The Alibi Agency at and the Infidelity Network at . Perhaps these two should join forces (though they do seem to take different sides on the major issues). Odd thing to note: in trying to recall the address for the Infidelity Network (someone told me about them a long time ago) I first tried which leads to… Odd…

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