31. Lindsay Lohan
> Once a poor imitation of Paris Hilton, now a perfect imitation of Winona Ryder.
32. Eric Mangini
> Fired this year as head coach of the Cleveland Browns, after being let go by the New York Jets in 2008. Called by Sports Illustrated writer, Joe Posnanski, “the worst NFL head coach hire in 25 years.”
33. Guy Hands
> English businessman buys EMI Group. Later forced to hand it over to Citigroup after defaulting on all of his loans. His excuse? Citigroup made him pay too much.
34. Hosni Mubarak
> Thirty-year Egyptian strong man leaves presidency with tail between his legs. May seek asylum in Libya.
35. Chris Brown
> Was a top selling R&B performer. Spent the last two years rehabilitating his career after beating up his star girlfriend, Rhianna. May have scuttled any chances of a comeback after Good Morning America tantrum. Publicist and singer split following the incident.
36. Jon Meacham
> Pulitzer-Prize winning biographer and former editor in chief of Newsweek attempts to revive magazine. His reinvention results in its sale for $1 to 90-year-old stereo magnate.
37. Philip J. Faraci
> Once Kodak was one of the most powerful technology companies in the world. Now, only receives press coverage over patent disputes with Apple and RIM. Possible ruling in Kodak’s favor rockets the stock. Does not bode well for company’s prospects when this counts as really good news.
38. Colleen Goggins
> Recalls, including Tylenol and Benadryl, cost hundreds of millions of dollars in lost sales. No coincidence she decided to take early retirement.
39. Rajat Gupta
> Was a director of Goldman Sachs, P&G, American Airlines, and Harmin International. Charged with insider trading by the SEC. Recently resigned all board memberships.
40. Cillia Flores
> Runs the legislative branch of the government of dictator Hugo Chavez, Venezuelan president for life.