24/7 Wall Street is reporting that Crocs is among the “Twelve Major Brands That Will Dissappear.”
The Web site’s story says that “the company’s shares traded at more than $72. Now they change hands at well below $2. At the end of March, Crocs got a six-month extension of a critical credit facility. According to Reuters, ‘Crocs Inc averted a cash crunch by winning an 11th-hour credit facility extension with a California bank, but analysts say the jury is still out on whether the struggling brand can turn around.’”
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