WESTWOOD, Mass. -- ShopLink.com abruptly closed shop last week, becoming the second Boston-area Internet grocery delivery company to announce a closing in as many days.
Like Streamline.com, the ShopLink rival that said it would wind down operations this week, ShopLink said a lack of available funding forced its closure. The company employed around 390 workers and served Boston, southern Connecticut and parts of Westchester County, N.Y.
The company late last week was mulling its next step, ...
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