We all know who they are. Heck, we’re betting that you’re in the same room with more than one General Electric product right now; aviation products, consumer electronics, household appliances, industrial power products, healthcare products, transportation, they pretty much do it all. And when you’ve been around as long as they have, it’s no wonder they’ve produced some of most innovative, revolutionary and just plain amazing products in the past generation.
Phillip Morris, Walmart, and Bank of America all have one thing in common: Americans say they hate them! That’s right, these are a few of the companies that many American’s dislike. However, they are great for investors. Check out the infographic from Great Business Schools to see more companies that American’s love or hate and that are good or bad for investors.
Companies and businesses go out of business all the time, but rarely do you see them start to die then re-surge and prosper like nothing ever happened. Apple, Lego, Ford and Old Spice are all perfect examples of companies that could be considered “zombies”. This infographic from Best Accounting Schools takes a look at what went wrong and then ultimately, what they did right to come back from the grave.