The Worst CEO of 2013: J.C. Penney's Ron Johnson or Abercrombie & Fitch's Mike Jeffries?

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2013 may have been an excellent year to be invested in the market for many, but not for everyone. In this video, our analysts at Fool HQ sit down to discuss the very worst CEO for 2013. Was it Ron Johnson of J.C. Penney after the company continued its brutal decline, Eddie Lampert of Sears Holdings , the beleaguered Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase , or the most tactful and eloquent CEO of them all, Mike Jeffries of Abercrombie & Fitch ?

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