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It is a black-eye for its its three owners, KKR, Bain Capital Partners and real estate investment trust Vornado Realty Trust, who took the retailer private in 2005 for .6 billion, leaving it with .9 billion in debt.
That debt would become an anathema for the business, keeping it from making the investments it needed as the retail landscape rapidly transformed around it.
They said it didn't take care of its store base — whether that meant pruning stores that weren't making money, or putting resources toward those that were.
The holiday season left it unable to ensure it would be able to continue to satisfy the terms of its bankruptcy loan.Big box stores first undercut it on prices, and later online retailers offered the capabilities it had never built up.A failed partnership with Amazon that ended in litigation only served to further set back its digital business."I remember when I first got there, walking into the first meeting with the executive committee thinking, 'This is going to be interesting.Our target audience is moms with kids, and I just walked into a room of guys with ties,'" said Warren Kornblum, who worked as chief marketing officer in the late 1990s and mid-2000s.
Toys R Us also said Thursday it is pursuing a reorganization and a sale process for its businesses in Asia and Central Europe, including Germany, Austria and Switzerland.