Toys "R" Us Limited owns and operates a chain of family leisure, baby care, and toy stores in the United Kingdom and internationally. The company provides toys, baby care products, video games, multimedia, bikes, outdoor fun products, furniture, car seats, bedding, strollers, safety products, nappies and baby food, home entertainment audio, video, TVs, DVDs, keyboards and karaoke, phones, cameras, portable DVD’s, hi-spec tablets, swings, slides, pools, sandpits, playhouses, and gym-sets. It also sells products online. The company was incorporated in 1984 and is based in London, United Kingdom. Toys "R" Us Limited operates as a subsidiary of Toys "R" Us Inc.
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Mr. Storch said the push to get F. A. O. products into all the Toys “R” Us stores was the best way to keep the brand alive. He is considering opening up other stand-alone stores, and may keep some of the pop-up stores open past January, but for now, this is the extent of the revival, he said.
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What the deal would mean for investors depends entirely on when they bought each company's shares. Some Toys ''R'' Us long-term investors, who have suffered over the last two years, are mildly enthusiastic about a possible new growth vehicle to perk up the company's earnings, and said that grabbing Baby Superstore, which is based in Duncan, S.C., was the best way to get a quick roll from the Babies ''R'' Us store concept.
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For the 2009 holiday-shopping season, Toys "R" Us tried a smaller-store concept to attract customers and 90 "Holiday Express" stores across the and were opened. The Holiday Express stores are smaller than regular Toys "R" Us locations, often located in malls, and offer a more limited selection of merchandise than would be available at a stand-alone Toys "R" Us store. Most (if not all) of these 90 stores were opened in shopping-center and mall spaces that had been vacated by store chains closing their doors during the (including , several of which were taken over by Toys "R" Us). Toys "R" Us's plan was to keep the Holiday Express stores open until early January 2010 and close them shortly thereafter, but the success of so many prompted the company to reconsider and several were kept open. These stores are known as "Toys "R" Us Express". Beginning in June 2010, Toys "R" Us opened a total of 600 Express locations. Four more were converted to Toys "R" Us .