Samsung Galaxy 7 and the 5 Most Costly Product Recalls (SSNLF)


Costly Product Recalls

As Samsung is quickly discovering, product recalls are a costly headache that requires a company to refund its customers' money, give them replacements and hope that the problem doesn't worsen in the interim. Here are some of the most notorious product recalls of all time.

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