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was halted shortly before the close Monday with the stock at 9 cents. The one-time Internet high-flier said it would close its Web site around March 8 and file for bankruptcy protection within 5 to 10 days.

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eToys also said it believes its common and preferred stock have no value. At their peak in 1999, the shares were priced at more than $80.