Within days of Circuit City getting this notice, its creditors forced it into bankruptcy. I am sure they will follow the same road. The NYSE has issued Radioshack with a delisting notice. RadioShack reported the notice late Friday, but they likely received it days earlier. Circuit City announced their delisting on October 31, 2008. (They received it on the 25th.) They filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy ten days later, immediately started closing and liquidating 155 stores to pay its creditors, and liquidated the remaining stores shortly after the holidays. Most companies that get delisting notices don't implode that quickly, but RadioShack's circumstances are uncomfortably similar to Circuit City's. They both became entirely dependent on asset-based loans to survive. The company may not go bankrupt in 10 days, but barring some deus ex machina, this is RadioShack's end.