The electronics retailer is burning through cash and could run out by the end of 2015.
The electronics retailer won't have much financial cushion to fund its turnaround plan, the ratings agency says.
Some of the retailer's problems are affecting the entire industry. These companies can handle them better.
The huge retailer, seriously in trouble, seems to be getting desperate.
'We think survival is in real jeopardy,' writes Scott Tilghman. That price target isn't far -- shares traded for $1.16 Thursday.
The retailer will never have the deep inventory of Amazon, nor will it become a destination like Apple stores.
The dusty, dying retailer once represented the cutting edge of computing.
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