In what constitutes the known oldest spreadsheet bluder, a Babylonian Educator enters incorrect data in answer key table for trigonometry exercies.
Boeing employee mistakenly emails spreadsheet full of employee personal data to his spouse, but risk of harm is declared to be low.
An unspecified Excel spreadsheet error leads to incorrect 'over-housing' of tenants and larger than appropriate vouchers issued to landlords.
Excel data entry error and lack of validation rules leads to couple splurging on 4 houses, gifts, vehicles and more, with $4M to spare.
Usage of Excel as a database, old XLS format and lack of error handling leads to temporary undercounting of COVID cases.
Error in a spreadsheet leads to underestimation of coal quality and overestimation of amount of fine to be paid.
Faulty spreadsheet leads to incorrect calculation of $9 Million severance pay, leading to incorrect losses report.
Lack of spreadsheet input validation and incorrect input lead to over-selling of seats for 2012 London Olympics swimming competitions.
A spreadsheet error is blamed for incorrect calculation of pension fund deficit, doubling losses a day before profit warning.
As part of a reform of property taxes the ministry published an Excel spreadsheet to assist rent calculation. The initial version contained a formula error.
Incorrectly releasing a spreadsheet template instead of offical data leads to stopping trading of shares of Australia's oldest bank.