Bose Corp. to cut 1,000 jobs -- 10 percent of staff

Jan 20, 2009

(AP) -- Bose Corp., known for its high-end audio equipment, is cutting 1,000 jobs - about 10 percent of its work force.



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Latrosicarius
not rated yet Jan 20, 2009
my dad has some bose speakers which are older than me. they still sound great.

one thing that pisses me off about bose nowadays is their crappy infomercials about their new fangled sound system.

their focus seems to be entirely on idiots who can't set up a receiver or use real speakers. sorry bose, i'm not going to replace my 7.1 system with your "sound dock" or whatever amazing portable boom-box you are advertising now.