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Alpha Omega's bad timing

Tempted by higher profits, watch seller switched to high-end jewelry, but with lots of inventory and too few customers he was soon on road to bankruptcy

By Nicole C. Wong
Globe Staff / January 4, 2008

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Raman Handa's was an immigrant success story. After leaving India and opening a store in Harvard Square almost three decades ago, he built his Alpha Omega Jewelers into a well-known chain by showcasing luxury watches from Rolex, TAG Heuer, and Movado and enticing actors, politicians, and other celebrities to shop in his stores. (Full article: 1159 words)

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