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IDG drops Boston Macworld

Once-popular trade show falls victim to Apple's decision to end its participation

By Hiawatha Bray and Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / September 17, 2005

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The annual Boston Macworld trade show, which once attracted 60,000 users of Apple Computer Inc.'s Macintosh computers, is shutting down, the victim of Apple's 2004 decision to end its participation in the show. (Full article: 648 words)

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