10 companies that may disappear

Hillshire Brands Company aren’t going anywhere, but it was recently announced that Tyson Foods is buying the company itself.

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Some brands have been around for quite a while, but that may not be the case for some of them come next year.

Each year, 24/7 Wall Street names 10 American brands they predict will disappear before the end of next year.

The companies on the list may disappear because they continue to be at the bottom of their industry or because they are doing so well and will get bought out.

Some of the companies include the workout apparel store Lululemon, and the clothing company Aeropostale.

Both companies face tough competitors and that could lead to their closing.

Meanwhile, companies like Time Warner Cable and DirectTV may be a thing of the past because of consolidation.

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