RadioShack and Target Break Up
Jan 14, 2013, 5:43 PM by Eric M. Zeman
RadioShack today announced that it has disolved its business relationship with Target. RadioShack has helped Target manage its post-paid mobile business in more than 1,500 stores for years. The two companies have been renegotiating their contract since October 2012, but have been unable to agree to new terms that both firms find satisfactory. The split, which RadioShack calls "amicable," will take place April 8, 2013. This only affects Target's post-paid business, and not its prepaid and mobile accessory businesses.
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So long Radioshack.
Target Mobile isnt goin anywhere tho!