7 companies on the ropes in 2013
In this economy, only the strong thrive, and these big names look decidedly weak as we enter the new year. Consider the plights of Sears, Best Buy, Zynga and more.
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8 OF THE TOP 10 MILLIONAIRES IN CONGRESS ARE DEMOCRATS! HOW YOU THINK THEY
MADE THEIR MONEY? YOU THINK ONLY ON BUSINESS IN US? HELL NO! WITH THEIR BIG
UNIONS KILLING THE AUTO INDUSTRY AND THEIR STIMULUS AND BAILOUTS FOR THEIR
SUPPORTERS FREINDS AND FAMILY AND THEIR BANKING REGULATIONS AND HOUSING
FANNIE MAE SCAM AND LIBERAL AGENDA AND SPENDING THEY HAVE DESTROYED THE US!
OBAMA'S REGULATIONS ON CHEAP ENERGY HAS FUEL ENERGY AND FOOD PRICES SKY
ROCKETING JUST LIKE HE PROMISED! HIM AND PELOSI LOVE UNEMPLOYMENT! THEY SAY
IT'S GOOD FOR THE ECONOMY! NO IT'S GOOD FOR VOTES! THEY SAY GREEN ENERGY IS
THE FUTURE BUT IT'S A PROVEN FAILURE! WHY SHOULD AMERICANS PAY FOR THIS? HE
WANTS MORE STIMULUS! THEY ARE STOPPING GROWTH AND JOBS! NOW OBAMACARE
IS HITTING EVERYBODY WITH FEES AND TAXES AND THEY CONTINUE TO LIE AND SAY
IT'S REPUBLICANS RAISING TAXES! HELL NO! IT'S OBAMA AND DEMOCRATS! THEY ARE
THE ONES RAISING YOUR TAXES NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND!
China keeps infringing on our patents and we do little to stop it, Why because they buy some of our products and we are afraid to loose them as customers. At the same time it is destroying job at home!
Make the rule strict, any infringement on any of our patents, NO TRADE! PERIOD!!
We are selling our time just like a company sells its products. If a company can get the same labor for cheaper, what is stopping it? Solution - learn a skill or trade that either cannot be outsourced, or do a job so well that the quality suffers dramatically if done by someone else.
Who else throws money in the crapper????????!!!!!!!!!
Emptychair, you are a true dem, and I commend you for it. But you SHOULD really show EVERYTHING that I wrote, not JUST what YOU want to show:
First skip, I am NOT a racist, just calling facts for what they are. This past election was NOT about the economy, or finances, period. It was about Noblaba getting out and coddling the latin and african american vote, which actually for him was a smart tactical maneuver. I have to commend him. You can't seriously tell me that someone that put the country into 16 TRILLION of debt, SHOULD HAVE BEEN PUT BACK INTO OFFICE BASED ON HIS RECORD OVER THE PAST 4 YEARS OF DECLINING JOBS AND HIGHER DEBT. THE TRUTH: Noblaba got the votes from campaigning in 3 major points: 1. Latinos 2. African americans 3. UNIONS. With all of this backing him, Romney didn't stand a chance. THAT IS FACT. Even the left sided news networks were stating this as fact, as well as Faux. Google it, (unless you are afraid to) and you will see the truth."
You keep calling me a racist. WHERE IN MY POST DID I SAY ANYTHING BAD?? All I (and many americans of ALL ethnic backgrounds) see now, is the painful financial TRUTH that is coming to head in less than 2 weeks. Noblaba (reguardless of what ethnicity he is), is FULLY responsible for the cliff that is approaching, and you dems seem to have your eyes and ears closed to the TRUTH about it. And nothing for nothing, you dems really need to show the ENTIRE post if you are going to pick them apart, not JUST the parts you are attacking...
Or is this just part of your smear and fear that you dems are proud of???
A dis-satisfied customer and voter...
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Your complaint is not logical.
Of course some companies are struggling. This is a list of companies that are struggling. Some of these companies were already strugglig before the recession. For example, Sears has struggled for the past 10 years and it is unfathomable that it is still alive.
Some of these companies are being destroyed by online businesses. Case in point, people do not buy electronic equipment from Best Buy anymore. They get their gadgets from online stores at a fraction of the price.
It is also true that some companies are doing well, but are outsourcing jobs. Just as it is true that companies in the Automobile Industry and the Financial Industry have received massive amounts of bailout funds from taxpayers.
For many companies, even for those that are about to go under, the CEO and the executives are collecting obscene amounts of money while the regular worker bees are being shown the door.
You seem to not agree with many of these facts.
Lets look at this for awhile and think a second. I buy at all these store in trouble. Why? Because Americans work there, so isn't that kind of like supporting American workers?
I buy at Sears when I need tools. I love the lifetime warranty on Craftsmen tools. I like there Die Hard battery too.
I buy my big screen tv from Best Buy, I also buy my laptops there. Why? Ever got a broke TV from Amazon, or tried to return a computer there. It's a nightmare and computers, read their return policy you won't like it if you read it.
I shop a Rite Aid, their store personal are always courteous and friendly. The store is always clean in the three around where I live.Also there are long long lines at all.
Office Depot isn't local, so I don't shop there.
With the state of the, haha, higher education institutions; it does not surprise me that BO scored high with those with a 4yr degree. My 3 daughters all tell me that there is/was an obvious liberal slant to the classes. One is still in school; the other 2; like their parents, graduated summa cumme laude. One is now doing her doctoral work in mathematics and the other her graduate in family counseling. My wife is in education, and I have a lowly degree in in business an management. Thankfully; they were all intelligent enough to see through the historical hypocritical nature of the Democrats. This is in response to the "robots" that cited the election data in support of BO.
To the article; my only comment, is the same I made to my wife as we passed a boarded up Circuit City the other day, "It's sad to see a once thriving business boarded up".
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