They're Cooked: The biggest turkeys in telecom and cable

Which company made the biggest strategic blunder of 2014? What wireless provider saw its initiatives flop? What pay-TV operator suffered the most wrath from unhappy customers? Which ambitious broadband provider sent its plans aloft, only to realize too late that its 1 Gig ambitions wouldn't fly? As you prepare to sit down to the annual family feast, whet your appetite to these telecom turkeys, prepared by FierceWireless, FierceTelecom, and FierceCable. While the lists are by no means exhaustive, they include some of what we believe to be the biggest industry flops of 2014.

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