Toys 'R' Us
Forever 21 Scaling Back Global Ambitions in Bankruptcy Plan
The "fast fashion" retailer said it would close stores in Canada, Europe, and Asia but continue operations in Mexico and Latin America.
KKR, Bain Set Up Severance Fund For Toys ‘R’ Us Workers
Two hedge funds have declined to participate in the compensation of the former retailers' U.S. workers.
Toys ‘R’ Us Plans to Reopen for Business in U.S.
The hedge funds that control the bankrupt retailer have decided a reorganization is preferable to selling off its name and web domains.
PE Firms’ Role in Toys ‘R’ Us Collapse Questioned
Democratic lawmakers have asked KKR and Bain Capital whether they had "a deliberate policy" to load the defunct retailer with debt.
Toys R Us Collapse Weighs on Hasbro Results
Hasbro's shares rally as executives assure Wall Street they are "working aggressively around the world to put the impact of Toys R Us behind us."
Toys R Us Liquidation Dashes ‘New Era’ Hopes
The bankrupt retailer says it will shut down all its U.S. stores after a disastrous holiday season thwarted its turnaround effort.
Toys R Us Plans Closures of up to 182 Stores
The retailer says the closures are a "critical component" of its business plan as it seeks to emerge from bankruptcy.
Toys R Us Files Bankruptcy With $5B in Debt
The retailer calls its filing the "dawn of a new era" but admits the timing "could not have been worse" with the holiday season looming.
Toys R Us Downgraded as Refinancing Looms
S&P cites the possibility that Toys may address maturing bonds at less than par or engage in a broader restructuring.
Toys “R” Us Lays Off 250 Corporate Employees
The iconic toy store eliminated close to 15% of corporate employee positions, or an estimated 250 jobs.
Ten Banks Hit With Fines Over Toys ‘R’ Us IPO
Research analyst presentations were a key factor in whether the banks received an underwriting role in the planned 2012 deal, says FINRA.