Here are some of the biggest, most embarrassing missteps made by corporations in the past 12 months.
Every year brings us a good number of boneheaded business moves, and 2012 was a doozy.
There was no shortage of forehead-smacking decisions by everyone from Apple (AAPL) to a Denny's (DENN) restaurant franchisee.
Some of these mistakes go right into the obvious pile: Don't have an affair with a subordinate. Don't lie on your resumé. Don't mention female body parts in greeting cards.
Click through for a look at 10 of the worst business moves of the year.
* All dollar amounts in USD.
* Bing: Best business decisions of 2012
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