8 stocks that won't live to 2020
Under pressure from competitors and struggling to keep up with changing consumer demands, these companies are facing an uncertain future.
Sears will become another G.M where top management takes it to bankruptcy and walks away with 10s of millions.... just disgraceful.....
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Will Noblaba bail out these "failing" companies, like he did with UNIONIZED ones like GM and Chrysler???
We shall see...
A dis-satisfied customer and voter...
This guy obviously has no idea what he is talking about. HP and Google offer far more than what was mentioned in this article. I see HP stealing more and more of Cisco's market share on the high end network equipment. Does this guy honestly believe that those tablets and phones are going to run magically without any network infrastructure?
I’m not even sure most of these companies reside in the USA anymore. Exception Sears, Penney’s, radio shack if they’re not making it I’m sure their selling it! Maybe if they down size and start selling made in USA. Only Sold Here
Maybe the big bosses who are usually the children of the original owners made enough money don’t want anything to do with hassle of the Obama business world! I feel for the workers who will lose their 401s and retirement savings as the companies liquidate their assets when the time comes
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