Fans of Twitter, Pandora, Skype, Zillow, and seven other Web companies had better hope these start-ups find creative business plans to weather the financial downturn. These 11 Web 2.0 favorites have landed on Webware.com editor Rafe Needleman's list of companies that are potentially in peril. On Friday's edition of the Daily Debrief with CNET's Kara Tsuboi, Rafe explains why these companies are in danger--and what they could be doing to survive.
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