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Noteholders, Fung Retailing extend lifeline to Toys “R” Us Asia

The transaction values Toys (Labuan) at about US$900 million.

Toys R Us relaunches as ‘Geoffrey’s Toy Box’ with pop-ups in grocery stores

Toys R Us' controlling interests have relaunched as "Geoffrey's Toy Box" with pop-up shops in Kroger stores and subsidiaries.

These are the best stores to shop for toys now that Toys R Us has died

With Toys R Us gone, shoppers will need to look elsewhere to do their holiday shopping. Here are the best places to shop for toys.
Best Buy is a popular destination for holiday shopping, especially during Black Friday.

Best Buy is making a bold move to capture a piece of over $10 billion in sales up for grabs

Best Buy is expanding its toy selection this holiday season as it tries to take a piece of the pie Toys R Us left behind.
Hasbro is a giant in the toy industry.

Toys R Us’ demise is having a devastating effect on America’s largest toy companies

Just before the holidays, toy brands are finding it hard to balance a new toy-selling paradigm in America with the closure of Toys R Us.
Target customers will have more space to shop for toys in many of the chain's stores.

TOY WARS: Walmart and Target are duking it out to take Toys R Us’ place as the holiday-shopping season looms

Walmart and Target are turning up the heat to capture the billions of dollars in sales that are up for grabs as the first holiday shopping season without Toys R Us approaches.

Retail defaults are at an all-time high — here are all the bankruptcies and liquidations so far in 2018

15 US retailers have already filed for bankruptcy or announced liquidations so far in 2018. Sears, Nine West, Claire's, and The Bon-Ton Stores are among the companies that have filed for bankruptcy so far this year.

These haunting photos of the retail apocalypse reveal a new normal in America as Sears reportedly prepares for bankruptcy

A retail apocalypse is ripping through America, leaving clearance sales and empty malls in its wake. More than 3,800 stores are set to close across the US in 2018, leaving malls emptier than they have been since 2012.
An image of people protesting Toys R Us in New York City

Toys R Us is hinting at a post-bankruptcy revival and some former employees are not happy about it

The Toys R Us brand angered some former employees by comparing its bankruptcy to a vacation. The toy retailer tweeted a picture of its mascot, Geoffrey the Giraffe, with a suitcase, announcing that its mascot had been traveling the world for the last few months. Former employees are not amused.

A new survey suggests Amazon — not Walmart or Target — is most likely to steal Toys R Us’ former customers

Both Walmart and Target shoppers already prefer to shop on Amazon for toys. That's bad news as the race to pick up Toys R Us' former customers heats up as the holidays approach.