Reveals Winners and Losers of 2009, Predictions 2010 is wrapping up 2009 and looking forward to 2010 with the results of its Winners and Losers of 2009 poll and special report Predictions 2010.

More than 100,000 people cast their votes in the poll, with Ford Motor CEO Alan Mulally and Apple CEO Steve Jobs finishing at the top after receiving votes from 89% of the respondents, followed by JPMorgan Chase chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon at 71%. The biggest losers: Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.), Bank of America CEO Kenneth Lewis and former General Motors chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner.

As for 2010, CNBC media and technology editor Dennis Kneale offers a big-picture overview; Julia Boorstin’s Media Money looks at media; Alex Crippen’s Warren Buffett Watch shares long-term outlooks; the Big Three automakers are covered by Phil LeBeau’s Behind the Wheel; and the world of sports is the realm of Darren Rovell’s Sports Biz. managing editor Allen Wastler said:

2009 was another watershed year for the global economy and, according to our experts and bloggers, 2010 could still be a mixed road ahead. will follow the events of 2010 with the investor in mind, covering the news of global markets and economies and telling users how to make money.