Specialty retailers of toys, games, and baby apparel. [Description from dmoz]
Kids rule the aisles while parents tag along for the ride at Toys "R" Us. It's one of the world's largest toy retailers, but it has lost its top position in the US to retailing behemoth Wal-Mart. Toys "R" Us sells its wares in about 1,500 stores in the US and abroad and through Web sites. In addition to about 585 US namesake stores selling toys, games, and other items for kids, Toys "R" Us sells infant and toddler apparel, furniture, and feeding supplies at some 260 Babies "R" Us stores in more than 40 states. It's owned by KKR, Bain Capital, and real estate firm Vornado Realty Trust, which together took the toy seller private in a $6.6 billion deal. Toys "R" Us acquired troubled toy icon FAO Schwarz in 2009. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 1.8 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor visits intuit.com.
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