4. Dell (DELL) is the world's third-largest supplier of personal computers. Its focus on the consumer segment hurt its financial performance during the Great Recession. Dell's revenue has stagnated since 2007 and its net income has dropped 18% annually, on average. Dell's earnings per share decreased by 14% a year, on average, during that span.
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