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Cyanotetyphas wrote on Apr 27, 2013, 21:33:
Yeah with this sort of criteria it would be harder to find nine brands that DON'T qualify.

Going back to the three I singled out, I could come up with competitors that would better fit the category than the ones listed.

Apple ---> HTC
(Yes, Apple's damaged from their peak, but it's still a valuable brand. HTC, despite making some good products, is likely done.)

Hyundai ---> Fisker
(Hmm, exaggerated MPG and one sizable recall versus completely made-up range and reliability numbers, a couple of major issues with their one model, and requiring massive taxpayer subsidies to stay afloat? No contest.)

JP Morgan ---> Bank of America
("London Whale" aside, JP Morgan is still considered one of the better-run "too big to fail" banks. BoA, on the other hand, is a mess, with neither federal regulators nor consumers liking them much.)
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Yeah with this sort of criteria it would be harder to find nine brands that DON'T qualify.
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The reasoning behind calling Apple, Hyundai, and J.P. Morgan "damaged brands" is flimsy at best... somebody really had to make some stretches to include them with the rest of the list (additionally, BlackBerry seems to at least be somewhat on the way up - something that few on that list can claim).
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