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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.

5 Winners and Losers of the Week in Business

Among the wins and losses in business this week: the well-timed announcement of a bar-raising new Royal Caribbean cruise ship and a painful computer failure American Airlines.

Judge Approves American-US Airways Merger

A federal bankruptcy judge signed off Wednesday on the $11 billion merger of American Airlines and US Airways, clearing the way for the forming of the world's biggest airline.

American-US Airways Merger: A Tale of 2 CEOs, and 1 Had to Go

The battle for control of American Airlines came down to two men who got their start there: CEO Tom Horton, and his old friend and rival, Doug Parker, CEO of US Airways. And after an aggressive courtship, there would be room for only one at the top.

Market Minute: US Airways and American Airlines Look Set for Merger

US Airways and AMR are in the final stages of negotiating a merger, with final price and management structure still to be resolved. A combined American-US Airways would have revenue of $38.69 billion based on 2012 figures, in front of current world No. 1 United Continental Holdings.

Northeast Air Travel Still Stalled, Thousands of Flights Cancelled

Hurricane Sandy grounded more than 18,000 flights, and it will be days before travel gets back to normal. Authorities closed the three big New York airports, and the ripple effects from the shutdown of the nation's busiest airspace are dramatically affecting travelers in cities far and wide.