RAD has a ton of debt while WAG does not. Also, RAD insiders have been challenged recently for having financial interests in companies that RAD does business with. The more likely outcome of RAD's problems is that investors will switch out of RAD and into WAG and other above board retail companies.
For the past year or two, I haven't been keeping track, WAG has had the number 1 ranking within its sector for "Management Team", either voted by peers or investors...See Fortune Magazine.
An example was when WAG had a forseeable weakness in future internet related sales, they formed an alliance with Peapod (is that the name?). This way, WAG doesn't have to go through the internet growing pains in the pharmaceutical retail sector. How many years will it take before this becomes profitable?
Years from now, if WAG is seen as behind in this sector, don't you think the team will do something about it? It's great that WAG has no debt, they can take on debt to get in the game if they ever need to, on whatever playing field it is...internet, interactive cable TV, etc...