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Beleaguered electronics retailer RadioShack will be around for a little while longer. But that doesn't mean it's back in a position to compete with its rivals.
The once-struggling electronics retailer has managed to avoid RadioShack's ugly fate by making these essential moves.
Sprint's latest plan for luring new subscribers is to occupy the remains of RadioShack.
Sprint (S) is up in pre-market trading after announcing a deal with RadioShack's (RSH) largest shareholder to expand its stores.
Stock futures are up slightly ahead of U.S. jobs data; Twitter's user growth slows; RadioShack files for bankruptcy; GoPro says first-quarter profit could miss estimates.
Embattled electronics retailer RadioShack filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Thursday, as it seeks to reorganize its operations under the protection of its bankruptcy filing.
Whether or not the troubled electronics retailer continues operating, it might make sense for Sprint to buy some of its stores, but definitely not Amazon.
Sprint and Amazon are said to be some that are interested in store locations.
U.S. stock futures rise as oil prices climb; Staples and Office Depot are in advanced talks to combine, a report says; Walt Disney to report earnings.
A surge in energy stocks in the final hour of trading Monday tipped the scales decisively in favor of market optimists.
RadioShack (RSH) stock is diving today on speculation it will be acquired by Sprint (S) and no longer exist as a standalone company.
The collapse in oil prices is a boon to airlines and consumers.
Stock markets get it from all sides Thursday -- from disappointing earnings reports and unexpected eurozone pressures to a crude oil rally that vanished as quickly as it arrived.
Stocks are lower in volatile trading Thursday as crude oil bottoms out below $48 a barrel again after a strong but brief rally.
RadioShack (RSH) stock is dropping this morning on reports that the company is preparing for bankruptcy.
Stocks fallThursday as earnings reports from Citigroup and Bank of America disappoint Wall Street.
Stock futures are slightly lower after weekly jobless claims came in higher than expected and monthly producer prices fell at a slightly narrower-than-expected pace.
U.S. stock futures fall; Switzerland to allow its currency to trade freely against the euro; Bank of America earnings miss estimates; RadioShack preparing to file for bankruptcy, a report says.
Be discerning: The consumer rebound won't lift all retail stocks.
Tuesday's was one helluva turbulent session.
Stocks turn lower Tuesday afternoon after rising sharply in the morning.
RadioShack (RSH) shares are climbing after the company received an unsolicited $500 million loan from Salus Capital Partners.
Stocks rise after Alcoa eases fears of a weaker earnings season and crude oil reclaims levels above $45 a barrel.
Cramer's first rule: Diversification is the only way to invest.
Retail was one of the best-performing stock groups in 2014 and things are looking up for next year as well.
After decades of broken promises, RadioShack seems close to the end.
Better-than-expected retail sales save stocks from a fourth straight market open in the red.