In the financial blog 24/7 Wall St., Douglas A. McIntyre says that there are 10 US brands will disappear before the end of 2015.
According to the analyst, the companies listed on your list will no longer operate in the market due to the large number of mergers and acquisitions that have occurred in recent times.
While other companies will be off the market by the characteristics of their products, management, administration, among other issues.
What are the brands that could disappear by 2015 as McIntyre? Here are six.
1. Lulemon; Lulemon yoga pants, the flagship of the brand, looked good. However, the company had to remove a large percentage of market products due to the design. Apparently, these pants showed the body too. And this problem affected sales worldwide.
The plan AT & T to acquire the satellite TV giant DirecTV is an example of a broadband provider trying to extend its reach into American homes.
But the multimillion-dollar deal between the two companies has to be approved by federal regulation. Some members of Congress questioned the management of AT & T in relation to the benefits to the consumer.
However, both companies argued that under the agreement the costs for consumers will be reduced. While some consumer groups believe that prices rise and the new company will be able to control access to programming.
3. Zynga, apparently “Farmville” is no longer a profitable business for the developer of games for Facebook. The public offering of the shares of Zynga did not go as expected, and despite the success of this popular game, could not develop other products equal success.
4. Shutterfly; In a world dominated by social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, Shutterfly lost market presence. For this, and other issues, the company offered to the highest bidder.
Although Blackberry was a company that managed to get ahead, analyst 24/7 Wall St., he said that BlackBerry is about to end their nine lives. A pioneer the smartphone has been difficult to compete in the market with the iPhone and Android devices. Apparently, many analysts predict that 2014 will be the last year of Blackberry.
Aeropostale hit the market before Abercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle Outfitters. However, consumers youth market casual clothes now choose brands like Forever 21 and H & M, whose prices are lower. Last year, Aeropostale lost more than 12% of income.
These were some of the brands named McIntyre in his article 24/7 Wall St.
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