Bank of America Video: 'One' Bad Idea Goes Viral When two Bank of America employees reworked the song "One" for a company conference, they could never have known that the video would end up on youtube.com. The song is so bad that it has become an Internet phenomenon, and Universal Music, who owns the rights to the original U2 song, is not amused.
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Bank of America Video: 'One' Bad Idea Goes Viral

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Bank of America Video: 'One' Bad Idea Goes Viral

Bank of America Video: 'One' Bad Idea Goes Viral

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When two Bank of America employees reworked the U2 song "One" for a company conference, they could never have known that the video would end up on youtube.com. The song is so painfully bad that it has become an Internet phenomenon. But Universal Music, who owns the rights to the original U2 song, is not amused.

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Videos that Put YouTube.com on the Map

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YouTube.com began as a classic Silicon Valley start-up in a garage -- Google.com recently bought the site for $1.65 billion. Jerry Arcieri/Corbis hide caption

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