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7 once-dominant retailers that are now on the verge of bankruptcy

Seven major retailers are at high risk of going bankrupt within the next two years, according to a Fitch Ratings report. The at-risk companies include: Sears Holdings, Claire's Stores, True Religion Apparel, Nine West Holdings, Rue21, 99 Cents Only Stores, and Nebraska Book Company. If and when the companies named default, it's likely that they will be liquidated, the 114-page report said.
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