Canton, Mass. — Tweeter Home Entertainment will be de-listed from the Nasdaq stock exchange on July 23.
The ailing A/V chain no longer qualified for listing on the exchange after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last month.
Tweeter did not appeal Nasdaq’s determination.
Last month the retailer received two bids for its assets, which were scheduled to be auctioned yesterday.
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