Yes, there's a difference.
The 1st sentence is less certain (and more hypothetical) in its statement that the company will lose money. You may believe this is the case, but you are not certain.
With the 2nd sentence, the statement that the company will lose money is much closer to fact in the mind of the speaker.
ie. If you were less certain of the company losing money, you would choose #1. If you were certain or held a strong opinion, then you would choose #2.