On Tuesday's Market Foolery, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool Funds analyst Bill Mann look at RadioShack's (NYSE:RSHCQ) recent quarterly reports. Chris can't help likening the company to a drunken friend.

With recent earnings -- maybe more like "results" -- showing worse-than-expected losses and shares trading around $1.30, Chris asks how the company is, like that drunk friend in the corner, still standing. Bill explores the company's basic tenets and recent changes, especially in terms of marketing, yet he wonders if time is running out. Chris adds that the company is running out of money, and they both look at where RadioShack will be in one year: bankrupt? acquired? Bill sees a possible future for RadioShack in the tech market. 

While RadioShack is down, other tech companies move further up
Apple
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