After filing bankruptcy earlier this year, RadioShack is making a comeback. The hedge fund, Standard General LP, was the highest bidding lender in the company’s takeover. This buyout will reopen over 1,700 stores nationwide, thus restoring over 7,000 jobs. However, the battle for RadioShack and Standard General is not over. The leading lender rival, Salus Capital Partners, owns intellectual property rights to RadioShack, and they intend to use this to their advantage. Salus is owed $150 million, which could be subsidized by selling the intellectual property to Standard General, or a higher bidder. With this deal, bondholders, suppliers and landlords of RadioShack will receive little to none of the $500 million they are due.