Watch: Toys R Us finally calls it quits

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Toys R Us has begun the process of shuttering many of its 800 stores around the country. While 180 locations are already being liquidated, Toys R Us is searching for a buyer that could keep the lights of 200 stores on. Since filing for bankruptcy protection in September, Toys R Us has been unable to get out from under massive debt. As hundreds of new pieces of retail real estate open up, real estate investors are scrambling to find new tenants.

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