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Dec 2- RadioShack Corp said lender Salus Capital Partners' claims that the troubled electronics retailer breached covenants on a $250 million term facility were "wrong and self serving." Trading in RadioShack's shares was halted. The claims were related to a recapitalization and investment agreement and an amendment to the company's credit facility on Oct. 3,...
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RadioShack's shares were up 21 percent at 96 cents in morning trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Standard General, which raised its stake in RadioShack to 9.8 percent from 7.08 percent to become the largest shareholder, said its proposals include purchasing the company's loans and other commitments under its credit facility.