"In a bankruptcy court filing Monday, the funds said they had canceled a plan to auction off the company’s intellectual property. Instead, they are seeking to reorganize the assets into a new company that will maintain the current license agreements and can invest in new retail operating businesses."

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Hopefully they do re-open Toys R Us stores and not just license out the name to slap on products to sell at other retailers. If they do decide to start fresh and re-open stores they definitely need to be competitive in pricing this time around or they don't stand a chance against Amazon, Walmart, and etc.