Toys ‘R’ Us is plotting a comeback with some small stores. The iconic retail brand plans to open a handful of U.S. stores in time for the holidays that will each span about 10,000 square
feet, according to the New York Post
. The 600 stores that were shuttered last spring spanned 20,000 to 50,000 square feet. “We are a little startup company now,” said Tru Kids Chief
Executive Richard Barry, confirming the pint-size store plans.
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