Some grim prognostications of doom for companies and brands both beloved and obscure, via Yahoo! Finance. Studying stock drops and debt problems, the authors declare dusty death for 15 companies, among others (and in rough order of how my life would be lessened by their passing), Rite Aid, Sirius Satellite Radio, the Dollar Thrifty car rental group, and Sbarro, the best pizza in most malls and airports, and that's the sort of lack of ambition that's probably killing them as stiff as a pan of three-hour old ziti.
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