We visited a RadioShack in NYC and saw because hundreds of stores are closing

Radio ShackMary Hanbury

RadioShack has filed for bankruptcy for a second time in only dual years. The wiring tradesman announced Wednesday that it will close about 200 stores.

When RadioShack filed for failure behind in 2015, a company was taken over by General Wireless, an associate of the sidestep account Standard General. The understanding determined a partnership with Sprint to open co-branded stores. The devise wasn’t successful.

We headed to a RadioShack store in New York’s Flatiron neighborhood to find out what a code is doing wrong.


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