KKR, Bain Capital and Vornado Realty Trust took over Toys ‘R’ Us in a $7.5 billion leveraged buyout in 2005.
PetSmart Lenders Said to Seek Edge as Citi Quits Loan Agent Role
An object lesson in financial mismanagement and miscalculation from the fallen Toys “R” Us.
Oaktree, Aurelius Tell Apollo, Sycamore That Enough Is Enough
Toys ‘R’ Us Had Advanced Talks With Sycamore Before Liquidating
PetSmart Is Said to Move Chewy Stake in J. Crew-Style Transfer
JPMorgan Owns a Chunk of a Gun Company. Now What?
Real Mex Restaurants Is Said to Hire Piper Jaffray, Seek Sale
U.S. Clothier David’s Bridal have hired restructuring advisers at Evercore to help turn around their business
American Tire's Colossal Plunge Disrupts 80-Year-Old Sales Model
Toys `R' Us Promotes Nostalgic Selfies as Employee Unrest Boils
Even Wall Street Couldn’t Protect Toms Shoes From Retail’s Storm
Yielding 21% in Bond Market, the No. 1 Retail LBO Is in Trouble
PetSmart Creditors Said to Query New Stores as Traffic Slows
Remington May Need to Find a New Owner in Fraught Gun Moment
Toys “R” Us Inc. has received multiple bids of over $1 billion from prospective buyers of its Asian business.
Two Years After a Chinese Buyout, Plunging Bonds Show Junk Risk
Gunmaker Gets Loan From JPMorgan, Franklin After Others Said No
Remington’s decision to seek court protection was a long-anticipated move by one of America’s oldest gun-makers.
Cerberus’s Remington Gunmaker Seeks Bankruptcy Protection
Toys “R” Us is making preparations for a liquidation of its bankrupt U.S. operations.