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U.S. electronics retailer RadioShack reported its ninth straight quarterly loss and is burning through cash as it struggles to sustain its turnaround efforts, which have so far failed to bear fruit.
RadioShack's shares fell as much as 14 percent amid doubts about the company's long-term prospects. A series of executive exits have added to the competitive pressure it faces from stores offering a wider selection at lower prices.
"The (RadioShack) brand is tired, and they don't have the capital to re-position the brand," Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter said, adding that the company can turn things around only by drawing customers back into its stores.
The company's net sales fell a steeper-than-expected 13 percent and sales in stores open for at least a year fell 14 percent in the first quarter ended May 3.
RadioShack ended the quarter with liquidity of $423.7 million, lower than the $554.3 million as of Dec. 31. Its cash and cash equivalents plummeted by a third to $61.8 million in the same period.
"... We increasingly believe time could be running out for the company," BB&T Capital Markets analyst Anthony Chukumba wrote in a note.
RadioShack has been trying to reposition itself to connect with tech-savvy young shoppers by signing up celebrities for promotions and opening "concept stores," which allows shoppers to try a product before making a purchase.
While these stores have been doing well, only 38 of its 4,250 stores in the United States are concept stores.
The company plans to close 200 stores per year over the next three years, Chief Financial Officer John Feray said on a conference call.
That is fewer than the 1,100 closures it had announced in March as it failed to negotiate favorable terms with its lenders.
In a sign of growing investor frustration with the company, RadioShack's shareholders rejected its executive compensation plan for the second year in a row, a filing showed on Monday.
The company's first-quarter net loss widened to $98.3 million, or 97 cents per share, from $28.0 million, or 28 cents per share, a year earlier.
RadioShack's adjusted loss of 98 cents per share fell far short of the average analysts' expectation of a loss of 52 cents per share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.
The company's shares fell more than 10 percent Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange. The stock had already lost more than half its value in the year to Monday's close.