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A RadioShack consumers electronics store in Falls Church, Virginia throws a clearance sale on December 30, 2014. Radio Shack will no longer sell computers and cameras but will continue to carry smaller electronics such as cellphone accessories. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
A RadioShack consumers electronics store in Falls Church, Virginia throws a clearance sale on December 30, 2014. Radio Shack will no longer sell computers and cameras but will continue to carry smaller electronics such as cellphone accessories. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
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The future of RadioShack now includes a new partnership with Sprint. This comes after RadioShack filed for bankruptcy in February, and had its assets acquired by hedge fund Standard General LP at an auction last month.

RadioShack will no longer sell computers and cameras but will continue to carry smaller electronics such as cellphone accessories.

Mike Regan, Bloomberg news editor, tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson what this means for Sprint and for RadioShack.

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This segment aired on April 10, 2015.

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