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Ten Brands That Will Disappear in 2014

Every year, we predict 10 major brands that won't survive to the end of the following year. Click through the gallery to see which of your favorite brands might bite the dust.

The 10 Well-Known Brands That Will Disappear in 2013

Each year, 24/7 Wall St. compiles a list of 10 brands it predicts will disappear in the near-term. Their list of those fated to vanish in 2011 proved to be fairly prescient. Which old familiar names may soon be gone? Read on ...

Resist These Brand-Name Penny Stocks

Denny's, Talbots, Coldwater Creek: For less than the price of a cup of coffee, you can buy shares of these established companies. But investor beware: Most penny stocks plunged to those levels for very real reasons, which you'll only discover if you dig deeper. Read on and see for yourself.

Boomer-Focused Companies Face Rough Time

Baby boomers used to be big spenders. Not so much anymore, given the increasing array of expenses faced by this aging demographic in a tough economy. Some retailers in particular are suffering as a result; read on to find out which ones.

9 CEOs Who Need to Be Fired

Last year, 24/7 Wall St. put together a list of CEOs who need to retire, basing its judgment on quarterly earnings, stock price, and innovation. Now, with most large public companies having reported their second quarter results, 24/7 is back with a list of nine CEOs who are performing so poorly that they ought to be removed immediately. Read on to find out who, and why.

Talbots' New Plan: Close 75 to 100 Stores

Women's clothing retailer Talbots' three-year financial outlook and strategy isn't too sanguine. The company cut its revenue forecast for the third quarter and full fiscal year 2010. And it's shutting up to 100 stores by 2013. Investors aren't pleased.

Retailers forced to sell themselves

Frustrated by the poor economy and mounting debt loads, retail chains are increasingly putting all or part of themselves on the discount rack. It's a...