A week ago, I wrote that Radio Shack is going bankrupt and closing all of it's stores.
And while some have closed, not all of them are.
New developments have surfaced in the tale of Radio Shack's demise.
I have been hearing the speculation for what seems like years. The stories on Yahoo Business. "Brands that will be gone in '11" and "5 stores that will disappear in 2014". One of the old standbys in this game is Radio Shack"
The latest "brand that will be eliminated this year" story isn't about Sears or Radio Shack, like it usually is. I have read a half a dozen stories in the last three years predicting those brands demise.
Back in 1991, Radio Shack was "America's Technology Superstore."
Really. You could buy computers, CD players, phone, and other useful electronics.
Those computers were only $1,600.
And those mobile cellular telephones were $199.
Today, that's a steal. But back then, the only thing you could do was call people on those. What fun was THAT?