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Struggling electronics retailer RadioShack has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and says it will sell up to 2,400 stores.
The signal from RadioShack Corp., the company that introduced the first mass-market personal computer, is fading after years of heavy losses and the suspension of its shares.
The U.S. Department of Labor is investigating how RadioShack manages its retirement plan for employees, according to a regulatory filing.
RadioShack is bringing in an adviser in the midst of another round of cost cuts as the troubled electronics retailer warned last week that it may have to seek bankruptcy protection.
RadioShack’s third-quarter loss widened, sales dropped for the eleventh consecutive quarter, and the electronics retailer announced more cost cuts to stay afloat.
RadioShack has hired former Treasury Department adviser Harry J. Wilson to help with its turnaround efforts.
RadioShack says it has inked deals with a group of investors to restructure part of its debt and access funds, moves aimed at giving the struggling consumer electronics retailer more financial breathing room.
RadioShack says it may need more capital to help complete its turnaround efforts.
RadioShack’s first-quarter loss has widened and revenue slumped as the Fort Worth based retailer dealt with weakness in its mobile business and consumer electronics.
RadioShack plans to close up to 1,100 of its underperforming stores in the U.S. and reported a wider loss for its fourth quarter as traffic slowed during the critical holiday season.
Fort Worth-based Radioshack is closing more than 10 percent of its stores.