Tweeter Closes All Stores, Leaving Ma...

Tweeter Closes All Stores, Leaving Many In The Cold

There are 2 comments on the Hartford Courant story from Dec 3, 2008, titled Tweeter Closes All Stores, Leaving Many In The Cold. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

T weeter electronics abruptly shuttered its remaining stores around the country Tuesday morning, locking out employees who were told to forget about getting paid by the bankrupt company.

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Oakdale, CT

#1 Dec 4, 2008
Good to see that the "dog" has been put on a short lease lately forced to reword the AG's press releases and reporting basically straight news in the wake of his wonderful hook up your house like a gas grill advice.
Clearly the Courant is aware of the position the Dog put them in if ever there is a propane explosion somewhere that gets laid at their doorstep. Hopefully he is gone in the next round of layoffs at the Courant if not sooner.
Pretty shabby way for Tweeter to go out.

Seattle, WA

#2 Dec 4, 2008
The mutt on a short leash? I know where you can get 5 to 1

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