This is on AOL today. The article was about the 10 brands they expect to disappear soon. They were right on about 8 of the 10 last set, so.... Crocs In late 2007, Crocs' (CROX) 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." Two weeks before the credit extension, the company's auditors gave the firm a "going concern" letter, an indication that there would be reasonable chance that Crocs would make it another year. In the fourth quarter of 2008, Crocs lost $43 million after making $55 million in the same period the year before. Revenue fell from $225 million in the last quarter of 2007 to $126 million. Crocs won't make it through the year. I'm a New Balance gal myself, but if I loved Crocs, I think I'd be stocking up!