The retailer voluntarily filed for relief under Chapter 11, company officials announced in late September. Toys “R” Us has approximately 1,600 stores, including Babies “R” Us stores around the world, and they are continuing to operate as usual. The company did not announce any immediate store closures.
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“As the holiday season ramps up, our physical and web stores are open for business, and our team members around the world look forward to continuing to put huge smiles on children’s faces. We thank our vendors for their ongoing support through this important season and beyond,” said Dave Brandon, chairman and chief executive officer.
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