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RadioShack follows c-store example for comeback

FORTH WORTH, Texas — The company will get rid of unprofitable business lines to be a neighborhood electronics store.

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FORTH WORTH, Texas — General Wireless Inc. will take over 1,743 RadioShack stores following an auction, according to CSPnet.com.

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The deal was approved by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court on March 31, noted the article. The move will allow stores to divest of unprofitable business lines, becoming a sort of an “electronics convenience store.”

RadioShack will focus on products like “Bluetooth headsets, chargers and other accessories that shoppers may need immediately rather than waiting a day or two for delivery from an e-commerce website,” stated the article.

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Stores will no longer carry tablets, laptops or digital cameras, reported the article. The company will focus on smaller cities where a need still exists for neighborhood electronics stores.

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General Wireless is an affiliate of Standard General, shared the article. It is looking for partners to sell consumer electronics, home security systems, solar panels, wireless chargers, etc.

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