RadioShack entered the electronics market with the opening its first store in 1921. Today, there are several thousand locations throughout the United States; selling computer parts, batteries, radios, and electronic components.
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300 Radioshack Cir.
Ft. Worth, TX 76102-1964
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February 6, 2015 - RadioShack files for bankruptcy.
May 31, 2000 - RadioShack (formerly Tandy Corporation) trades its first day under the new stock symbol RSH.
November 11, 1999 - Microsoft Corp. and RadioShack announce a strategic alliance to accelerate the adoption of Web technologies and consumer connections to the Internet. 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.