Toys R Us built a kingdom and the world’s biggest toy store. Then, they lost it.

Toys R Us’ status as the most important toy store in town left it cavalier, if cocky at times, according to conversations with former employees, executives and industry insiders, who spoke to CNBC on the condition of anonymity. The story begins with Lazarus, the store’s visionary who wanted the “R” written backward — an ode to childlike scrawl. Lazarus, who has been described as one of the great merchants of his time, expanded a baby furniture store he owned into a toy store. In its heyday in th


Toys R Us’ status as the most important toy store in town left it cavalier, if cocky at times, according to conversations with former employees, executives and industry insiders, who spoke to CNBC on the condition of anonymity. The story begins with Lazarus, the store’s visionary who wanted the “R” written backward — an ode to childlike scrawl. Lazarus, who has been described as one of the great merchants of his time, expanded a baby furniture store he owned into a toy store. In its heyday in th
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Toys R Us built a kingdom and the world's biggest toy store. Then, they lost it.

The toy emporium that Charles P. Lazarus envisioned has been reduced to dusty floors and empty shelves.

Much has been said about the demise of the toy empire, which this week announced its plan to liquidate. There have been fingers pointed at corporate raiders, Amazon and big-box stores. All contributed to its undoing.

Ultimately, though, Toys R Us’ collapse is a story of loyalty run dry. The store in its early days fostered devotion from customers and toymakers. In the end, it lost hold on both.

Toys R Us’ status as the most important toy store in town left it cavalier, if cocky at times, according to conversations with former employees, executives and industry insiders, who spoke to CNBC on the condition of anonymity. It didn’t invest in its stores, even as it was adding to the fleet, leaving it vulnerable when new competition moved in.

The story begins with Lazarus, the store’s visionary who wanted the “R” written backward — an ode to childlike scrawl. Lazarus, who has been described as one of the great merchants of his time, expanded a baby furniture store he owned into a toy store. By 1978, he had created a toy superstore large enough to become a public company.

In its heyday in the 1980s and 1990s, it was the most important toy store in the country, if not the world. Its strength grew as competitors Kiddie City and Child World went out of business.


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Jack Ma sticks to his goals by repeating 3 questions to himself

The ability to stay the course can make or break a business — and that’s something that self-made billionaire Jack Ma knows well. Under his watch, the company grew into a major tech juggernaut to make Ma one of the richest men in China. One of the top reasons why those companies fail, according to CB Insights, is a loss of focus. Speaking at the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, Ma shared how he remains focused in his pursuit of success. “Whether young people


The ability to stay the course can make or break a business — and that’s something that self-made billionaire Jack Ma knows well. Under his watch, the company grew into a major tech juggernaut to make Ma one of the richest men in China. One of the top reasons why those companies fail, according to CB Insights, is a loss of focus. Speaking at the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, Ma shared how he remains focused in his pursuit of success. “Whether young people
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Jack Ma sticks to his goals by repeating 3 questions to himself

The ability to stay the course can make or break a business — and that’s something that self-made billionaire Jack Ma knows well.

The iconic entrepreneur has led Alibaba since its inception in 1999. Under his watch, the company grew into a major tech juggernaut to make Ma one of the richest men in China.

Ma’s track record comes at a time when statistics point to a sobering reality about the survival rate of young businesses: 70 percent of start-ups fail around 20 months after raising their first funding, according to an August report by research firm CB Insights.

One of the top reasons why those companies fail, according to CB Insights, is a loss of focus.

Speaking at the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, Ma shared how he remains focused in his pursuit of success.

“Whether young people, old people, ask three questions,” the billionaire told a packed conference hall in Bali, Indonesia.

“I keep asking myself these three questions,” he said. “What do you have? What do you want? What will you give up?”

Many people usually fail to ask themselves what they are willing to give up because they tend to think they don’t have much to start with, Ma said.


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China state media lash out at Pompeo’s advice to Latin America

Chinese state media over the weekend slammed U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s comments in Central America, where he cautioned against vast China’s investments in the region, saying his remarks were “ignorant and malicious.” The secretary of state said he was not against legitimate Chinese investments, but “when China comes calling it’s not always to the good of your citizens,” Pompeo said Thursday in Mexico City, according to comments posted on the U.S. State Department’s website. “When the


Chinese state media over the weekend slammed U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s comments in Central America, where he cautioned against vast China’s investments in the region, saying his remarks were “ignorant and malicious.” The secretary of state said he was not against legitimate Chinese investments, but “when China comes calling it’s not always to the good of your citizens,” Pompeo said Thursday in Mexico City, according to comments posted on the U.S. State Department’s website. “When the
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China state media lash out at Pompeo's advice to Latin America

Chinese state media over the weekend slammed U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s comments in Central America, where he cautioned against vast China’s investments in the region, saying his remarks were “ignorant and malicious.”

The secretary of state said he was not against legitimate Chinese investments, but “when China comes calling it’s not always to the good of your citizens,” Pompeo said Thursday in Mexico City, according to comments posted on the U.S. State Department’s website.

“When they show up with a straight-up, legitimate investment that’s transparent and according to the rule of law, that’s called competition and it’s something that the United States welcomes,” said Pompeo. “But when they show up with deals that seem to be too good to be true it’s often the case that they, in fact, are.”

Pompeo, who was visiting Panama and Mexico, took issue with how Chinese “state-owned enterprises show up in a way that is clearly not transparent, clearly not market-driven, and is designed not to benefit the people of Panama but rather to benefit the Chinese Government.”

“Those are the kind of things we think are both inappropriate and not good for the people of Panama or any other country where China is engaged in this kind of predatory economic activity,” he said.

State-run China Daily newspaper called Pompeo’s remarks “both ignorant and malicious.”

“Such wild remarks are what we have come to expect from members of the Trump administration, being based on neither truth nor fact,” the newspaper said in an editorial on Sunday.


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Oil market trusts Saudi Arabia for now to temper impact of Iran sanctions


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If Brussels rejects Italy’s spending plans, here’s what could happen next

The European Union could derail Italy’s big spending plans this week, with speculation mounting that officials in Brussels are set to reject the anti-establishment government’s 2019 draft budget. The Commission has already indicated that it is not happy with the plans, warning last Thursday that the draft is in serious breach of, and an “unprecedented” deviation from, EU spending rules. “The European Commission is assessing the Italian draft budget in an objective way, to check whether it respec


The European Union could derail Italy’s big spending plans this week, with speculation mounting that officials in Brussels are set to reject the anti-establishment government’s 2019 draft budget. The Commission has already indicated that it is not happy with the plans, warning last Thursday that the draft is in serious breach of, and an “unprecedented” deviation from, EU spending rules. “The European Commission is assessing the Italian draft budget in an objective way, to check whether it respec
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If Brussels rejects Italy's spending plans, here's what could happen next

The European Union could derail Italy’s big spending plans this week, with speculation mounting that officials in Brussels are set to reject the anti-establishment government’s 2019 draft budget.

The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm which checks and approves euro zone budgets before they are adopted by national parliaments, could decide for the first time ever on Tuesday to ask a member state to revise its draft budget.

The Commission has already indicated that it is not happy with the plans, warning last Thursday that the draft is in serious breach of, and an “unprecedented” deviation from, EU spending rules. However, a Commission spokesperson told CNBC that no decision on the budget has been taken yet.

“The European Commission is assessing the Italian draft budget in an objective way, to check whether it respects the commitments Italy took last July before all EU countries. To be clear, there is no legal way for the Commission to ‘reject’ a draft budget. But the Commission can ask a government to submit a revised version of the draft budgetary plan.”


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Intel shares gain after Nomura upgrade

Nomura Instinet upgraded Intel shares to buy from neutral on Monday, saying the company is the only chip stock that will raise estimates in October and November. “We believe that Intel will remain supply constrained until the ramp [in production] of 10nm,” Nomura’s Romit Shah said in a note. Despite the delays, Nomura sees Intel beginning to ramp 10nm production. Nomura maintained its Intel price target of $50 a share. Intel shares rose 1.1 percent in premarket trading from Friday’s close of $44


Nomura Instinet upgraded Intel shares to buy from neutral on Monday, saying the company is the only chip stock that will raise estimates in October and November. “We believe that Intel will remain supply constrained until the ramp [in production] of 10nm,” Nomura’s Romit Shah said in a note. Despite the delays, Nomura sees Intel beginning to ramp 10nm production. Nomura maintained its Intel price target of $50 a share. Intel shares rose 1.1 percent in premarket trading from Friday’s close of $44
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Intel shares gain after Nomura upgrade

Nomura Instinet upgraded Intel shares to buy from neutral on Monday, saying the company is the only chip stock that will raise estimates in October and November.

“We believe that Intel will remain supply constrained until the ramp [in production] of 10nm,” Nomura’s Romit Shah said in a note.

Intel is working to mass produce its 10-nanometer chip after years of delays. One nanometer is equal to one-billionth of a meter. Historically, smaller nanometer technologies have allowed companies to create faster, more power-efficient chips.

Intel has fallen behind Samsung, which is already manufacturing 10nm chips. Despite the delays, Nomura sees Intel beginning to ramp 10nm production.

“Every U.S. and foreign-based equipment supplier we’ve spoken with recently is seeing 10nm volumes become more meaningful,” Shah said.

Shah also said interim CEO Bob Swan is prioritizing Intel’s production of its Xeon and Core processors. Shah said those processors “serve the high-performance segments,” which “bodes well for earnings and specifically gross margin” despite conservative forecasts for Intel’s next two quarters across the rest of Wall Street.

Nomura maintained its Intel price target of $50 a share. Intel shares rose 1.1 percent in premarket trading from Friday’s close of $44 a share.


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Don’t believe the doves: US trade disputes are likely to escalate after the midterms

Instead of opting for a combination of quick results and a negotiating process seeking longer-term structural policy changes, Washington has chosen a path of litigation and imposition of reforms that China and the EU find unacceptable. Germans, to be fair, were ready for concessions and actively seeking ways to initiate that process. China, for its part, had a standing negotiating platform — “a win-win cooperation” — that could have served as a starting point. Some observers now see a silver lin


Instead of opting for a combination of quick results and a negotiating process seeking longer-term structural policy changes, Washington has chosen a path of litigation and imposition of reforms that China and the EU find unacceptable. Germans, to be fair, were ready for concessions and actively seeking ways to initiate that process. China, for its part, had a standing negotiating platform — “a win-win cooperation” — that could have served as a starting point. Some observers now see a silver lin
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Don't believe the doves: US trade disputes are likely to escalate after the midterms

What can the U.S. do now? The answer is: Not much. Instead of opting for a combination of quick results and a negotiating process seeking longer-term structural policy changes, Washington has chosen a path of litigation and imposition of reforms that China and the EU find unacceptable.

Anybody looking at the magnitude of U.S. trade deficits could have concluded that Washington had an excellent chance of using political leverage to quickly narrow its yawning trade gaps with China and the German-led EU — especially since neither the Chinese nor the Europeans were contesting the need that their systematic and excessive trade surpluses with the U.S. had to be reduced.

Germans, to be fair, were ready for concessions and actively seeking ways to initiate that process. It is not clear why things were allowed to go nowhere.

China, for its part, had a standing negotiating platform — “a win-win cooperation” — that could have served as a starting point. Instead of that, Washington and Beijing ended up trading blows in an escalating tariff fight.

Some observers now see a silver lining: They believe that a negotiating process will be unlocked after the mid-term Congressional elections early next month.

Let’s hope they are right. But one thing is clear: Washington cannot allow the continuation of huge leakages of its domestic spending to Europe and China. At the moment, the strengthening household and business outlays in the U.S. are driving $670 billion of European and Chinese exports to the U.S.

That export volume is an 11 percent increase from the first eight months of last year, and a great gift to celebrate a revival of U.S. economic activity.

It’s a gift because the combined European and Chinese surplus of $372.1 billion so far this year will go to their growing international creditor position, while the U.S. will have to keep issuing IOUs — that China and Europe don’t want to buy anymore — to finance its $8.6 trillion of net foreign liabilities that the U.S. Department of Treasury reported at the end of the second quarter.

If you find that number chilling, here’s more ice to the wound: America’s net foreign liabilities increased by nearly $1 trillion during the second quarter of this year.


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Game Servers Done Right

Meet NodePanel 2:Better game server hosting, built with gamers in mind. We’ve created a unique control panel that provides you with real-time access to your servers. It doesn’t matter if you’re a hardcore gamer, parent, or just getting into gaming; NodePanel is easy to use.


Meet NodePanel 2:Better game server hosting, built with gamers in mind. We’ve created a unique control panel that provides you with real-time access to your servers. It doesn’t matter if you’re a hardcore gamer, parent, or just getting into gaming; NodePanel is easy to use.
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Longtime bull Jeremy Siegel urges caution, says stocks could see a flat 2019

Why stocks will be best performing asset for 3-5 years: Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel 2 Hours Ago | 03:02Longtime stock bull Jeremy Siegel is urging investors to be cautious, saying numerous headwinds will keep stock prices muted for 2019. However, Siegel said he still favors stocks long term, adding it will be the best performing asset for investors looking out three to four years from now. “The sell-off in emerging markets has presented unbelievable value” in the near term, Siegel said. The S&P and


Why stocks will be best performing asset for 3-5 years: Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel 2 Hours Ago | 03:02Longtime stock bull Jeremy Siegel is urging investors to be cautious, saying numerous headwinds will keep stock prices muted for 2019. However, Siegel said he still favors stocks long term, adding it will be the best performing asset for investors looking out three to four years from now. “The sell-off in emerging markets has presented unbelievable value” in the near term, Siegel said. The S&P and
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Longtime bull Jeremy Siegel urges caution, says stocks could see a flat 2019

Why stocks will be best performing asset for 3-5 years: Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel 2 Hours Ago | 03:02

Longtime stock bull Jeremy Siegel is urging investors to be cautious, saying numerous headwinds will keep stock prices muted for 2019.

“There are challenges that we face now,” including rising interest rates, the midterm elections and U.S.-China trade tensions, the Wharton School finance professor said in a CNBC “Squawk Box” interview on Monday. “I’m looking flattish” for the coming year, he added.

However, Siegel said he still favors stocks long term, adding it will be the best performing asset for investors looking out three to four years from now.

“The sell-off in emerging markets has presented unbelievable value” in the near term, Siegel said.

U.S. stock were higher in early trading Monday. Last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 managed to break three-week losing streaks, but the Nasdaq fell for a third straight week.

The S&P and Nasdaq are on pace to post their largest monthly losses since January 2016 after the Oct. 10-11 plunge.

Concerns that Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell might raise rates more than forecast has fueled stock declines and criticisms from President Donald Trump.

The central bank has hiked rates three times this year, and one more is expected in December.

Siegel told CNBC he worries how the Fed can engineer “a soft landing” as it continues to gradually increase rates in an effort to preserve a steady economy.

Siegel predicted last month the stock market could be headed for another bubble, like the one investors experienced in January. In early February, stocks plummeted and eventually bottomed later that month.


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Chinese stocks surge, but looming uncertainties could drag markets down again

Chinese stocks surged more than 4 percent on Monday, but experts warned the markets could fall again due to future uncertainty. The strong gains on Monday came after a series of reassuring statements from Chinese authorities over the weekend, which helped Chinese stocks extend Friday’s gains. In the medium term, Chinese stocks could be of “good value,” Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist at AMP Capital, told CNBC. AMP’s Oliver said that Chinese shares are “cheap and (of


Chinese stocks surged more than 4 percent on Monday, but experts warned the markets could fall again due to future uncertainty. The strong gains on Monday came after a series of reassuring statements from Chinese authorities over the weekend, which helped Chinese stocks extend Friday’s gains. In the medium term, Chinese stocks could be of “good value,” Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist at AMP Capital, told CNBC. AMP’s Oliver said that Chinese shares are “cheap and (of
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Chinese stocks surge, but looming uncertainties could drag markets down again

Chinese stocks surged more than 4 percent on Monday, but experts warned the markets could fall again due to future uncertainty.

The strong gains on Monday came after a series of reassuring statements from Chinese authorities over the weekend, which helped Chinese stocks extend Friday’s gains.

The Shanghai composite jumped by 4.09 percent while the Shenzhen composite surged 4.9 percent. The Nasdaq-style Chinext leaped by more than 5 percent, while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index closed 2.4 percent higher.

In the medium term, Chinese stocks could be of “good value,” Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist at AMP Capital, told CNBC. However, he cautioned that there’s too much uncertainty around trade tensions and the growth slowdown to “say they have bottomed with any confidence.”

“We have seen a few false bottoms this year,” he added.

Vasu Menon, senior investment strategist at OCBC Bank told CNBC that trade tensions may continue to cast a shadow over China and it “doesn’t look like it’s going to end anytime soon.”

“So you see a rebound today, but does it mean that the markets have turned a corner and you know, will hit higher? I’m not sure, I don’t think so,” Menon said.

Some market observers, however, found the valuations to be attractive.

AMP’s Oliver said that Chinese shares are “cheap and (of) good value” for investors in the next five years.

“After the recent market pullback, Chinese equities’ valuations may be getting attractive, given Chinese corporates’ resilient sales and earnings growth,” Deutsche Bank Wealth Management said in a report on Monday. The bank added that other factors — such as the easing of tensions after the U.S. midterm elections in November — could come into play to support the market in the medium term.

There are also signs of a recovery in Chinese infrastructure investment in November, according to the report, with the country’s fiscal policy stance turning more supportive of growth since July this year.

Finally, tax cuts could also play a role.

“There have been growing discussions in China whether the government should cut tax more aggressively to support growth … but tax cut would be one possible catalyst for Chinese stock markets, if they happen,” said the Deutsche Bank report.


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