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Wayne, N.J. -- A New York Post report on Saturday said that Toys “R” Us is considering an initial public offering in April to raise around $800 million, although a final decision has not been reached. The retailer shelved IPO plans in 2010; it has not commented on the latest report that IPO talks have resurfaced. "Toys ‘R’ Us took more market share from competitors last year than they have in the past 20 years," said a Post source. "But I don't think they were satisfied with how they did on the profit level." Toys “R” Us was taken

Toys R Us, the world’s largest toy retailer, has posted wider quarterly losses on weaker-than-expected international sales. TAGS: Bain Capital and Vornado Realty Trust, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, toys r us, toys r us goes public, toys r us ipo, toys r us quarterly report, toys r us sales, US retail news, US retail sector

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