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Toys R' Us reopening?

Looks like the toy retailer may make a come back. Emphasis on the MAY!

After owning WMT for 40+ years and AMZN for 13+ years, I have developed a great interest in retail.

In some ways, too many in my opinion, AMZN is converting to an Ebay with most sales by 3rd parties, mostly small 3rd parties.

In many cases (most?) AMZN supposedly makes more money (or at least a higher ROI) when a 3rd party sells an item than it would if they actually sold the item.

I do not see how a specialized major third party retailer such as Home Depot, Toys R' Us, or even Barnes & Noble can't be competitive when it is AMZN and a small third party is the competition besides perhaps that AMZN doesn't have to make much money on retail as it can rely on AWS for its profits and cash flows.

Supposedly toy manufacturers are among the strongest advocates for Toys R' Us return to the market place. I see the biggest question is the how much would a Toys R' Us would sell online versus bricks and mortar?
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