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Product Failures: Google+

Google+ was an ambitious project to take down the social networking giant Facebook, unfortunately we all know how it ended. What went wrong along the way that prevented a company like Google, with seemingly endless resources and internet reach, fail to create a product users actually wanted to use?

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Product Failures: TurboTax

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Product Failures: Webvan

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