RadioShack entered the electronics market with the opening its first store in 1921. At its peak, there were several thousand locations throughout the United States that sold parts, batteries, radios, and electronic components.
In 2015, RadioShack announced it would file for bankruptcy and was later purchased by General Wireless Operations Inc. On March 8, 2017, General Wireless Operations Inc. (RadioShack) filed for bankruptcy under chapter 11 and that it would start closing all its stores.
In 2018, Radio Shack was reborn, partnering with HobbyTown, calling itself RadioShack Express, a store-within-a-store. They sell RadioShack products within HobbyTown's 100+ locations nationwide.
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1939 - The first RadioShack magazine was published and released.