Julian Day, winding up five years at Radio Shack (RSH -0.8%), is leaving behind a mess with...


Julian Day, winding up five years at Radio Shack (RSH -0.8%), is leaving behind a mess with shares lower than when he arrived. The company posted a 30% drop in Q1 earnings and downward guidance, and its partnership with T-Mobile (DTEGY.PK) has been a "disaster." It’s a "surprise" that Radio Shack hasn't been bought, which Paul Ausick says "should say something about its prospects."

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  • Micah
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    Yeah! And your Tour De France team sucked too while we're at it!
    25 Apr 2011, 03:48 PM Reply Like
  • Hitesh Patel
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    The real question that should be asked by shareholders is....How much compensation did he earn while he was their(messing things up) and how much is he looting(Severence, Golden Parachute, Exit Package) on his way out?
    25 Apr 2011, 03:48 PM Reply Like
  • acp678
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    The VP of operations is arrorgant and demeaning to people; and you wonder why their in a mess??? they are going down and very soon, they have a great deal of aged inventory that will never turn....buyer beware!
    25 Apr 2011, 04:18 PM Reply Like
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