Back in 1921, two brothers - Theodore and Milton Deutschmann - opened up a small store and a mail order business to provide parts for ham radio enthusiasts and they called it RadioShack.
For decades, it was the go to place for all those little electronic doo-dads you couldn't find elsewhere, but in recent years, the company has been struggling to survive. And rumor has it it's just a matter of time before RadioShack shuts down in a bankruptcy deal.
On top of that - Bloomberg is also reporting that Amazon is in talks with the company to buy some of its stores.
Joshua Brustein with Bloomberg Businessweek has been writing about the company's demise and he joins Alex Cohen for a discussion.