First entering the electronic market when opening its first RadioShack in 1921. Today, several thousand radio shacks are throughout the United States that sell computer parts, batteries, radios, and other electronic components.
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300 Radioshack Cir.
Ft. Worth, TX 76102-1964
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May 31, 2000 - RadioShack (formerly Tandy Corporation) trades its first day under the new stock symbol RSH.
November 11, 1999 - Microsoft Corp. and RadioShack, the retail operating format of Tandy Corp., today announced a strategic alliance that should accelerate the adoption of Web technologies and consumer connections to the Internet as Microsoft and RadioShack team together to acquire new customers. Under the five-year agreement, the companies will establish a Microsoft "store within a store" in as many as 7,000 RadioShack locations across the nation. Customers will be able to see demonstrations of and sign up for MSN dial-up or broadband Internet access.
May 1993 - Tandy sells its computer business to AST Research.
1977 - Tandy introduces mass-market computers.
1939 - The first RadioShack magazine is published and released.