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Tweeter to shutter remaining stores

Canton-based electronics chain has found it hard to rebound from bankruptcy

Sales of flat-panel televisions, like these displayed last year at the Tweeter store on Boylston Street in Boston, provided a boost to electronics retailers in recent years. But over the past year, sales of high-end TVs have slowed. Sales of flat-panel televisions, like these displayed last year at the Tweeter store on Boylston Street in Boston, provided a boost to electronics retailers in recent years. But over the past year, sales of high-end TVs have slowed. (Stephan Savoia/Associated Press/File 2007)
By Jenn Abelson
Globe Staff / November 4, 2008

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Pink, blue, and yellow "Everything on sale" and "Nothing held back" signs plastered on the windows of the Tweeter shop on Boylston Street signal the end of the struggling electronics chain that is preparing to close in the next four to six weeks, according to store employees. (Full article: 711 words)

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