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The closure of Toys R Us stores hammered toymakers' sales and profits, shrunk their distribution, and landed them with debt.
Remember Blockbuster, Limited Too, and Circuit City? Stores like these thrived in the '90s, but many failed to sustain momentum in modern retail.
Toys R Us is officially back from the dead, but its new stores won’t actually make any money selling toys
Toys R Us' parent company won't make any money from the sale of toys, with manufacturers paying for space and services and keeping 100% of sales.
The company holding the assets of the defunct Toys R Us will open new toy stores in the US in preparation for the holiday season, a new report says.
The retail apocalypse is ripping through America, with more than 5,800 store closures announced so far in 2019.
Funko's diversified customer base, range of sales channels and devoted buyers let it dodge the Toys R Us liquidation that ravaged Hasbro and Mattel.
There's not much left of the old Toys R Us in the revived version, but veteran Toys R Us leaders hope the brand will be a draw.
Toys R Us is rising from the dead as Tru Kids Inc., helmed by veteran executives from the toy retailer.
These haunting photos of the retail apocalypse reveal a new normal in America as Sears clings on after closing hundreds of stores
A retail apocalypse is ripping through America, leaving clearance sales and empty malls in its wake.
Retail defaults are at an all-time high — here are all the bankruptcies and liquidations so far in 2018
16 US retailers have already filed for bankruptcy or announced liquidations so far in 2018. Sears, David's Bridal, and Claire's are among them.