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  • shackitup69 shackitup69 Mar 1, 2013 2:18 PM Flag

    Please Help Me Understand- Why these Seasoned Veterans left Excellent Jobs to go to Shack? Please I'd like to hear Reasons... Pls help me!!

    FORT WORTH, Texas, Feb. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- RadioShack Corp. (NYSE: RSH) today announced that Joseph C. Magnacca, an experienced retail executive and merchant, has been appointed chief executive officer of the Company effective February 11. Mr. Magnacca has also been named a member of RadioShack (RSH)'s Board of Directors.
    Mr. Magnacca, 50, is currently executive vice president and president of Daily Living Products and Solutions for Walgreen Co., where he oversees all of Walgreen's marketing and merchandising operations across more than 8,000 stores. He has also been responsible for the integration of the Duane Reade drugstore chain. He was president of Duane Reade at the time of its acquisition by Walgreens in 2010, and before that chief merchandising officer, undertaking the successful transformation of Duane Reade through the creation of an innovative urban operating model and customer experience.
    FORT WORTH, Texas, Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- RadioShack Corporation (RSH) today announced that Troy Risch has been named executive vice president of operations, and Huey Long has been named executive vice president of strategy and consumer insights. Both will report to Dorvin Lively, interim CEO of RadioShack Corp., starting January 2, 2013.
    Mr. Risch's responsibilities will include store operations and real estate. Mr. Risch is a 19-year veteran of Target Corporation, based in Minneapolis, Minn., which operates more than 1,700 stores across the country. Mr. Risch held progressive responsibilities at Target, store manager (19972000), district manager (2000-2002), group director (2002-2005), group vice president (2005-2006), and his most recent role, executive vice president of stores (2006-2011). Mr. Risch earned his bachelor's degrees in business administration and management from North Dakota State University.
    Mr. Long's responsibilities will include marketing, business development and omnichannel. Mr. Long is a 22-year retail veteran, most recently with

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