"The Day Ahead" is taking a look at the many apologies that have come as a result of major corporations' mistakes. Are these "I'm sorry's" truly sincere and are they even effective with the consumer?
Do Apologies From Major Corporations Really Mean Anything?
Companies often make mistakes and occasionally they apologize, but do those apologies have an effect on the consumer?
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