Amazon and Sprint are both said to be possible buyers of RadioShack stores as the struggling retailer prepares for bankruptcy.
The retail company Monday was delisted from the New York Stock Exchange because it lacks the minimum valuation to be listed on the exchange.
The retailer’s 5,000 once-booming dealer stores have also struggled, and some are closing down.
It looks like the end of the RadioShack brand at this point. Some sources say that Sprint and RadioShack have discussed co-branding stores, which could make sense for RadioShack because it has already established a store-within-a-store approach, including through independent dealers. But if it’s true that Amazon is interested in establishing a brick-and-mortar presence by snapping up RadioShack stores, any vestigial branding is unlikely.