Top 10 Huge Companies That May Soon Disappear – video

Top 10 Huge Companies That May Soon Disappear – video

Be Amazed – Published on Dec 12, 2017
It’s no surprise so many huge companies are filing for bankruptcy and going under. It may be no surprise, but it’s always sad when trailblazing companies that have been around for decades call it quits. Here’s our list of the Top 10 Companies That are very likely to Disappear soon. Subscribe for more! ► ◄ Stay updated ► ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: Save the internet!!!
Be Amazed at these Top 10 Huge Companies That Will Disappear! Virgin America – Virgin America was acquired by Alaska Airlines in 2017 and there was a big question mark for a while as to what Alaska Airlines would do with the Virgin brand. American Apparel – At just 19 years old, the American Apparel brand has become synonymous with hipster style and American made products. Toys R Us – It’s hard to believe that a company as widely beloved as Toys R Us would be in this video, but here it is. In its heyday, Toys R Us was known as a “category killer,” – a specialty store that squashes competition from both large to small stores. Twitter – Twitter came on the scene in 2006 and has been a success with users who like to post short messages – or tweets – and interact quickly & concisely with other users in real time. Barnes & Noble – The successful book superstore of the 80’s and 90’s may be no more if sales keep falling at the rate they are. Sales have been down in 17 out of the past 19 quarters, and the company is starting to feel the burn. Google – When Google hit the scene, no one had ever seen anything like it. There was nothing else on the internet that gathered and organized information the way Google has done. Time Warner Cable – Internet-based streaming for movies and television has left many cable companies with very few options. One of those companies is Time Warner Cable. Kmart – In the last decade, Kmart has closed one-third of its locations. The once booming chain, which reached peak profitability in 1992, has slowly but surely been in a downward spiral ever since. Sears – And just as with K-Mart, Sears department stores will be closing more locations before the year is out. In the early 1990’s, Sears was blindsided by the success and popularity of Walmart, which became its greatest competitor. Sears consistently released statements denying that Walmart was any real threat to the brand. Youtube – Being able to view and access information freely on the internet seems like a simple expectation. When it comes to the issue of net neutrality, it’s not as simple as you may think.
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