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The icon of American toys is liquidating its 740 stores across America. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Dion Rabouin, and Julia La Roche debate the real reason for the retailer’s downfall.
Toys ‘R’ Us, which announced that it will close its U.S. stores, will have to manage a liquidation process that experts call a “big undertaking.”
Retail giant Walmart (WMT) will expand its home delivery of groceries from its current total of six cities to 100 cities by the end of this year as its rivalry with e-commerce king Amazon (AMZN) intensifies. Walmart will also offer same-day delivery in New York City. The announcement came as Walmart’s competitors in the space have started offering, or are likely to start offering, similar services.
From sales growth to profits to customer satisfaction, the warehouse giant stood out against its rivals in the most recent quarter.
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Toys “R” Us going out of business is sad news for shoppers and toymakers, including Mattel (MAT), Hasbro (HAS), and the Denmark-based Lego. As one of the world’s leading toy retailers, Toys “R” Us was the key distribution partner for Mattel and Hasbro. In 2017, Toys “R” Us accounted for $0.4 billion of Mattel’s sales and was one of the top three customers for the company, alongside big-box retailers like Walmart (WMT) and Target Corporation (TGT).
America’s largest grocer Kroger Co (NYSE:KR) saw its stock get killed in mid-2017 after tech giant and retail killer Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) gobbled up Whole Foods Market. Everyone was afraid that Amazon was going to do to grocers what it had already done to retailers, and that would mean bad things ahead for Kroger.
Amazon accounted for 30 percent of all growth in retail in the fourth quarter, but that doesn't mean the e-commerce giant is running out of room to make even more sales, a Wells Fargo survey found
Online marketplace Shipt and Target Corp. (TGT) are launching same-day delivery of thousands of groceries, electronics, toys and other items in D.C. and Baltimore starting March 29. The Target-Shipt partnership will give nearly 2.9 million households in the region access to more than 55,000 Target products delivered by Shipt in less than an hour. Birmingham, Alabama-based Shipt plans to hire more than 1,900 “Shipt Shoppers” in the Baltimore-Washington region ahead of the rollout of same-day delivery.
The abrupt shuttering of Toys R Us' massive store fleet in the U.S. will leave a chunk of vacant real estate on the market.
Toys R Us is headed toward shuttering its U.S. operations, jeopardizing the jobs of some 30,000 employees while spelling the end for a chain known to generations of children and parents for its sprawling ...
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According to The Economic Times, Walmart (WMT) could soon announce a majority stake in Flipkart, one of India’s leading e-commerce players. The financial daily, citing people familiar with the matter, stated that Walmart could initially acquire a 20.0%–26.0% stake in Flipkart, and eventually raise it to 51.0%.
Walmart Inc. (WMT) announced on March 14 that it would expand its online grocery delivery service to more than 100 metro areas across the country, serving more than 40 percent of U.S. households by the end of the year. The March 14 press release did not specify which markets the delivery service is expanding to, but it will be available from 800 stores, according to a blog post . “We’re saving customers time by leveraging new technology, and connecting all the parts of our business into a single seamless shopping experience: great stores, easy pickup, fast delivery, and apps and websites that are simple to use,” Greg Foran, president and CEO of Walmart U.S., said in the release.
Amazon is turning Whole Foods into just another supermarket, speculates one top retail analyst. Not good.