A number of media outlets are reporting 24/7 Wall Street's June list of "Ten Brands That Will Disappear in 2013." They predicted that JCPenny, Martha Stewart's Living magazine, Mitsubishi Motors, Talbot's clothing stores, the makers of the BlackBerry, salon.com, and American Airlines will all follow Pontiac, House and Garden magazine, and Saab into oblivion by the end of 2013.
Of interest to American sports fans, they also predicting that a storied NFL franchise will have a new city (and a new name?) by this time next year.
On the other hand, their track record isn't spotless. They predicted that Sears department stores and Kellogg's cereal would be gone by now, and both are still around.
Read the original article here. Fortunately, there are no cameramakers on the list.
[CORRECTION: This article was also based on this video.]
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Maggie Osterberg: "Crikey, I have friends who work for Salon! And dammit, if Mitsubishi goes out of business, I'll only have used EVOs to humiliate with my WRX!!! BOOOOO, free market!!!"