Everything old is new again — especially in retail.
Toys "R" Us marked its triumphant return to the US on Wednesday by opening its first new store at a location in Paramus, New Jersey.
This year, Black Friday is more than just the starting gun for the all-important holiday shopping season (or the day you elbow your neighbor out of the way to score a TV). For retail's struggling players, shopping's mega-day is crucial.
Two of Disney's most successful movie franchises are about to hit theaters again, and toymaker Hasbro needs people to buy as many related toys, figurines and games as they can to gain lost ground this holiday season.
Toys "R" Us is returning to select malls in major metropolitan areas this holiday season with what it hopes is an innovative retail plan that could upend how stores sell toys.
Target is bringing Toys
Toys "R" Us stores are coming back this year.
Retailers like Toys
The new owners of Toys "R" Us want to bring the brand back to the United States. But they can't say when it will happen.
Toys R Us fans in the U.S. will see the iconic brand re-emerge in some form by this holiday season.
You may have never heard of Ollie's Bargain Outlet. But this eccentric discount chain wants to open hundreds of new stores across the country.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are still shopping bonanzas for retailers.
The holiday shopping season got off to a hot start as consumers flooded into stores and logged onto e-commerce sites in search of deals.
Target, Walmart, Amazon, and a spate of big retailers are pouncing on the first holiday shopping season in decades without Toys 'R' Us.
Two of the former owners of Toys "R" Us have agreed to pay $20 million to help laid-off employees.