A little more than a year after the financial crisis took hold, most of our 401Ks are still reeling. Since its peak in 2007, the Dow Jones Index is down about 35 percent.
But, in the last few years -- and in the last decade -- more than a handful of huge corporations have seen their valuations plunge at an even greater rate. Consider the fates of the seven household names we've compiled below, who've seen enormous drops in their reported valuations or market caps.
Among them are some very well-known former titans -- Citigroup, for one -- and media giants like The New York Times and the recently-sold BusinessWeek. Though some of these companies are now wards of the state, others like Palm are being reinvigorated around new products. Which company will make it back to the top? Check out our slideshow and vote below.