In 1921, two brothers started Radio Shack, a one-store electronics retail store, to provide parts for the amateur radio. With 6 locations and a private brand, Radio Shack was purchased by the Tandy Corporation and renamed Tandy Radio Shack & Leather. After other various acquisitions, the company was eventually renamed RadioShack. They claim several sponsorships, including the cycling teams, charities, battery recycling and more. With over 7,000 locations worldwide, RadioShack doesn’t seem to be going anywhere.
Most of RadioShack’s positions are customer service and supervisory. Depending on the position being sought, your interview may not differ much from other generic interviews you've experienced before. For top-tiered positions, you can expect a multitude of interviews, from phone to Skype and eventually face-to-face; for smaller cook and cashier positions, you can expect face-to-face interviews and an offer.