Why New Financing Is Crucial to RadioShack
Oct 4th 2013 3:09PM
Updated Oct 4th 2013 3:10PM
Reuters has reported the breaking news that RadioShack has received several offers for new financing. Much of the volatility around the stock has been centered on the company's debt financing, as investors wait to see the financing terms and how much debt the company takes on as it continues to eye its turnaround strategy. In this video, Motley Fool consumer goods analyst Blake Bos tells investors who some of the possible lenders are, what the key metrics to watch will be with the financing deal, and what aspects of the business strategy are essential to emphasize for the turnaround to succeed.
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