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RadioShack From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the electronics retailer. For the slang term used to describe a radio room, see Radio shack. RadioShack Corporation | | Type | Public | Traded as | NYSE: RSH | Industry | Retail | Founded | 1921 | Headquarters | Fort Worth, Texas, U.S. | Number of locations | 7,150+[1] | Area served | Worldwide | Key people | Daniel Feehan (Chairman) Jim Gooch (President and CEO) | Products | Consumer electronics | Revenue | US$ 4.473 billion (2010)[2] | Operating income | US$ 375 million (2010)[2] | Net income | US$ 206 million (2010)[2] | Total assets | US$ 2.175 billion (2010)[2] | Total equity | US$ 843 million (2010)[2] | Employees | 36,400 (2010)[2] | Website | RadioShack.com Corporate site | The exterior of a typical free-standing RadioShack store. The exterior of a RadioShack store in a shopping mall. RadioShack Corporation (formerly Tandy Corporation) (NYSE: RSH) is an American franchise of electronics retail stores in the United States, as well as parts of Europe, South America and Africa. As of 2008, RadioShack reported net sales and operating revenues of $4.81 billion. The headquarters of RadioShack is located in Downtown Fort Worth, Texas.[3] RadioShack is also a sponsor for the Samsung/RadioShack 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. On July 21, 2009, RadioShack announced a partnership with T-Mobile USA, and started offering the service in August 2009. The T-Mobile partnership ended on September 15, 2011 at that time Verizon Wireless launched in over 4,000 of the retail stores nationwide. RadioShack's current proprietary brands include RadioShack branded products (parts, adapters, telephones and other legacy/classic products), AntennaCraft (outdoor antennas and amplifiers), Auvio (audio/video cables,

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