Even as the markets soared last year, shares in some companies plummeted. From Citi to US Airways, these Fortune 500 stocks saw the worst returns to investors.
The auto parts supplier has a troubled past: From 2000, when it was spun off from Ford, through 2008, it failed to turn an annual profit. Earnings tanked during the recession and Visteon, burdened by a large debt load, couldn't survive.
The company's plunging stock was delisted from the NYSE in March, and it filed for bankruptcy a few months after that.
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