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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Trump’s Space Force would cost $13 Billion over 5 years: Air Force document

An internal Air Force document says President Donald Trump’s planned creation of a Space Force could cost nearly $13 billion in its first five years. The estimate is made in a memo written by Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson. She proposes pushing ahead with the transition to a Space Force whose main focus would be competition with Russia and China.


An internal Air Force document says President Donald Trump’s planned creation of a Space Force could cost nearly $13 billion in its first five years. The estimate is made in a memo written by Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson. She proposes pushing ahead with the transition to a Space Force whose main focus would be competition with Russia and China.
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Trump's Space Force would cost $13 Billion over 5 years: Air Force document

An internal Air Force document says President Donald Trump’s planned creation of a Space Force could cost nearly $13 billion in its first five years.

The estimate is made in a memo written by Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson. She proposes pushing ahead with the transition to a Space Force whose main focus would be competition with Russia and China.


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Your Social Security check could cover retirement in these five cities

If you want a great retirement, you might want to think outside the box and consider a move overseas. Baby boomers who are concerned about their future often overlook this retirement solution, says Edd Staton. He and his wife, Cynthia, moved to Cuenca, Ecuador, in 2010 in the wake of the financial crisis. Instead of steep medical costs and Medicare coverage gaps, the Statons found quality health care for a fraction of what they would pay in the U.S. Instead of watching their nest egg shrink, the


If you want a great retirement, you might want to think outside the box and consider a move overseas. Baby boomers who are concerned about their future often overlook this retirement solution, says Edd Staton. He and his wife, Cynthia, moved to Cuenca, Ecuador, in 2010 in the wake of the financial crisis. Instead of steep medical costs and Medicare coverage gaps, the Statons found quality health care for a fraction of what they would pay in the U.S. Instead of watching their nest egg shrink, the
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Your Social Security check could cover retirement in these five cities

If you want a great retirement, you might want to think outside the box and consider a move overseas.

Baby boomers who are concerned about their future often overlook this retirement solution, says Edd Staton.

Staton should know. He and his wife, Cynthia, moved to Cuenca, Ecuador, in 2010 in the wake of the financial crisis. Since then, the two have written several books about their experience retiring abroad.

Instead of steep medical costs and Medicare coverage gaps, the Statons found quality health care for a fraction of what they would pay in the U.S.

Instead of watching their nest egg shrink, the Statons say theirs is gaining value.


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Trump downplays NYT op-ed, says the White House is running like a well-oiled machine

President Donald Trump sought to play down an explosive opinion piece published in the New York Times this week, saying it appeared to be written by a “fairly low-level” individual. Speaking to Fox, in an interview published Friday, he said that the White House was running like a well-oiled machine and criticized the anonymity of the NYT piece. “So they take one person out of thousands,” Trump said, before adding: “But what’s unfair, I don’t mind when they write a book and they make lies because


President Donald Trump sought to play down an explosive opinion piece published in the New York Times this week, saying it appeared to be written by a “fairly low-level” individual. Speaking to Fox, in an interview published Friday, he said that the White House was running like a well-oiled machine and criticized the anonymity of the NYT piece. “So they take one person out of thousands,” Trump said, before adding: “But what’s unfair, I don’t mind when they write a book and they make lies because
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Trump downplays NYT op-ed, says the White House is running like a well-oiled machine

President Donald Trump sought to play down an explosive opinion piece published in the New York Times this week, saying it appeared to be written by a “fairly low-level” individual.

Speaking to Fox, in an interview published Friday, he said that the White House was running like a well-oiled machine and criticized the anonymity of the NYT piece.

“So they take one person out of thousands,” Trump said, before adding: “But what’s unfair, I don’t mind when they write a book and they make lies because it gets discredited.”

“I’ll tell you, when somebody writes and you can’t discredit because you have no idea who they are … it is a very unfair thing,” he said.


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Sheryl Sandberg’s Senate testimony: ‘We know we can’t stop interference by ourselves’

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has released the opening statement she’ll deliver to Congress Wednesday regarding online election meddling saying, “we know we can’t stop interference by ourselves.” “We don’t have all the investigative tools the government has, and we can’t always attribute attacks or identify motives,” Sandberg plans to say, according to prepared written testimony provided to CNBC. Sandberg is scheduled to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee to address election-related


Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has released the opening statement she’ll deliver to Congress Wednesday regarding online election meddling saying, “we know we can’t stop interference by ourselves.” “We don’t have all the investigative tools the government has, and we can’t always attribute attacks or identify motives,” Sandberg plans to say, according to prepared written testimony provided to CNBC. Sandberg is scheduled to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee to address election-related
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Sheryl Sandberg's Senate testimony: 'We know we can't stop interference by ourselves'

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has released the opening statement she’ll deliver to Congress Wednesday regarding online election meddling saying, “we know we can’t stop interference by ourselves.”

“We don’t have all the investigative tools the government has, and we can’t always attribute attacks or identify motives,” Sandberg plans to say, according to prepared written testimony provided to CNBC.

Sandberg is scheduled to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee to address election-related abuse of Facebook’s platform ahead of the 2018 elections. Facebook has already removed hundreds of foreign pages that were found to be part of a coordinated misinformation campaign.


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Jack Dorsey to Congress: ‘Twitter does not use political ideology to make any decisions’

Jack Dorsey is set to tell Congress this week Twitter “does not use political ideology to make any decisions,” according to prepared written testimony posted Tuesday by the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. “We believe strongly in being impartial, and we strive to enforce our rules impartially,” Dorsey said in the written testimony. President Donald Trump and other prominent Republicans have accused Twitter, Facebook and Google of political bias in recent months, with frustrations intensif


Jack Dorsey is set to tell Congress this week Twitter “does not use political ideology to make any decisions,” according to prepared written testimony posted Tuesday by the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. “We believe strongly in being impartial, and we strive to enforce our rules impartially,” Dorsey said in the written testimony. President Donald Trump and other prominent Republicans have accused Twitter, Facebook and Google of political bias in recent months, with frustrations intensif
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Jack Dorsey to Congress: 'Twitter does not use political ideology to make any decisions'

Jack Dorsey is set to tell Congress this week Twitter “does not use political ideology to make any decisions,” according to prepared written testimony posted Tuesday by the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.

“We believe strongly in being impartial, and we strive to enforce our rules impartially,” Dorsey said in the written testimony. “In fact, from a simple business perspective and to serve the public conversation, Twitter is incentivized to keep all voices on the platform.”

Dorsey is scheduled to appear before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Wednesday, in addition to a hearing alongside Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg before the Senate Intelligence Committee. At both hearings, Dorsey will be asked to address online election meddling ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, as well as perceived conservative censorship on social platforms.

President Donald Trump and other prominent Republicans have accused Twitter, Facebook and Google of political bias in recent months, with frustrations intensifying in recent weeks. Trump last week said social platforms are “treading on very, very troubled territory and they have to be careful.”

Twitter has been repeatedly accused of a practice commonly called “shadow banning,” in which the platform de-emphasizes certain accounts in search results. Republicans have claimed conservative accounts were shadow banned; Twitter has repeatedly denied that claim.

Read Dorsey’s full statement below, and download the testimony here.


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Special counsel will accept written answers from Trump about Russia

Special counsel Robert Mueller has offered to accept some written answers from President Donald Trump about Russia, NBC News confirmed with a person familiar with the matter. Mueller’s office agreed to receive written answers to questions about whether or not the Trump campaign worked with Russia in its efforts to interfere in the 2016 election. The Times reported that the letter, however, did not seek written responses to questions about whether Trump obstructed justice. The special counsel and


Special counsel Robert Mueller has offered to accept some written answers from President Donald Trump about Russia, NBC News confirmed with a person familiar with the matter. Mueller’s office agreed to receive written answers to questions about whether or not the Trump campaign worked with Russia in its efforts to interfere in the 2016 election. The Times reported that the letter, however, did not seek written responses to questions about whether Trump obstructed justice. The special counsel and
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Special counsel will accept written answers from Trump about Russia

Special counsel Robert Mueller has offered to accept some written answers from President Donald Trump about Russia, NBC News confirmed with a person familiar with the matter.

Mueller’s office agreed to receive written answers to questions about whether or not the Trump campaign worked with Russia in its efforts to interfere in the 2016 election.

The source told NBC that discussions are “moving in a positive direction.”

This is the latest development in months-long negotiations between the two parties about a potential interview with the president.

The New York Times first reported the offer on Tuesday.

The Times reported that the letter, however, did not seek written responses to questions about whether Trump obstructed justice. It also did not say that Mueller was giving up on his pursuit of an interview with the president, the Times reported.

The special counsel and Trump’s legal team have been negotiating a potential interview with the president for months.

Trump’s lawyer Jay Sekulow said in a statement to NBC, “We have an ongoing dialogue with the office of special counsel and we do not discuss the contents of those discussions.”


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3 tough lessons any leader can learn from John McCain

In a farewell message to Americans written before he died, McCain wrote that understanding people’s differences and refusing to quit is key to navigating challenges. “Do not despair of our present difficulties but believe always in the promise and greatness of America, because nothing is inevitable here,” he wrote. McCain was known for his warnings that tribalism and polarization he felt threatened the government’s ability to lead. In his farewell letter, McCain said that cooperation and underst


In a farewell message to Americans written before he died, McCain wrote that understanding people’s differences and refusing to quit is key to navigating challenges. “Do not despair of our present difficulties but believe always in the promise and greatness of America, because nothing is inevitable here,” he wrote. McCain was known for his warnings that tribalism and polarization he felt threatened the government’s ability to lead. In his farewell letter, McCain said that cooperation and underst
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3 tough lessons any leader can learn from John McCain

In a farewell message to Americans written before he died, McCain wrote that understanding people’s differences and refusing to quit is key to navigating challenges.

“Do not despair of our present difficulties but believe always in the promise and greatness of America, because nothing is inevitable here,” he wrote.

He acknowledged that Americans are often heavily divided.

“We are 325 million opinionated, vociferous individuals,” he wrote. “We argue and compete and sometimes even vilify each other in our raucous public debates.”

McCain was known for his warnings that tribalism and polarization he felt threatened the government’s ability to lead. In a speech to the Senate last year, he told politicians that he thought their deliberations were partisan and standing in the way of progress.

“We’re getting nothing done, my friends. We’re getting nothing done,” he said, according to CNN.

In his farewell letter, McCain said that cooperation and understanding, starting with leaders, is key to moving forward.

“But, we have always had so much more in common with each other than in disagreement,” he wrote. “If only we remember that and give each other the benefit of the presumption that we all love our country, we’ll get through these challenging times.”


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John Goodman reveals Roseanne will be killed off in ‘The Conners’ spinoff

It’s clear that Roseanne Barr will not be a part of the “Roseanne” spinoff, but a huge mystery surrounds how the show’s matriarch will be written off the show — until now. John Goodman, who plays Dan Conner, offered some insight on the fate of his onscreen wife, played by Barr. In a profile published on U.K.’s Times Sunday, Goodman said his character will be “mopey and sad because his wife’s dead.” “Roseanne” returned to ABC in March, two decades after it ended its first run from 1988 to 1997. T


It’s clear that Roseanne Barr will not be a part of the “Roseanne” spinoff, but a huge mystery surrounds how the show’s matriarch will be written off the show — until now. John Goodman, who plays Dan Conner, offered some insight on the fate of his onscreen wife, played by Barr. In a profile published on U.K.’s Times Sunday, Goodman said his character will be “mopey and sad because his wife’s dead.” “Roseanne” returned to ABC in March, two decades after it ended its first run from 1988 to 1997. T
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John Goodman reveals Roseanne will be killed off in 'The Conners' spinoff

It’s clear that Roseanne Barr will not be a part of the “Roseanne” spinoff, but a huge mystery surrounds how the show’s matriarch will be written off the show — until now.

John Goodman, who plays Dan Conner, offered some insight on the fate of his onscreen wife, played by Barr. In a profile published on U.K.’s Times Sunday, Goodman said his character will be “mopey and sad because his wife’s dead.”

ABC announced the network would move forward with an unlikely spinoff, “The Conners,” after Barr’s namesake show was abruptly cancelled following her racist tweet to former Obama aide Valerie Jarrett in May.

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ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey called the tweet “abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values.”

Barr said her controversial tweet was misinterpreted and that she is not a racist, and Goodman agreed. “I know, for a fact that she’s not a racist,” he told the Times Sunday.

Goodman admitted he was “brokenhearted” and “surprised” at the show’s cancellation, before dialing it back: “That’s probably all I should say about it.”

“Roseanne” returned to ABC in March, two decades after it ended its first run from 1988 to 1997. The original cast, including Barr, Goodman, Laurie Metcalf and Sara Gilbert, returned.


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Sen. Elizabeth Warren: Trade deals help companies, not workers

Sen. Elizabeth Warren believes that U.S. trade policies “have not been written to enrich Americans.” No going through a court system,” Warren said. “That’s just saying, in effect, trade deals are written for the guys who run these big multinationals, not for the American people.” Warren also said that clauses on workers’ rights and environmental protections in trade deals are difficult to enforce in practice. asked Cramer, referring to National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro who has been a


Sen. Elizabeth Warren believes that U.S. trade policies “have not been written to enrich Americans.” No going through a court system,” Warren said. “That’s just saying, in effect, trade deals are written for the guys who run these big multinationals, not for the American people.” Warren also said that clauses on workers’ rights and environmental protections in trade deals are difficult to enforce in practice. asked Cramer, referring to National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro who has been a
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren: Trade deals help companies, not workers

Sen. Elizabeth Warren believes that U.S. trade policies “have not been written to enrich Americans.”

In an interview with CNBC’s Jim Cramer, the Massachusetts Democrat criticized trade deals that prioritize the interest of corporations, and also shared details about a new bill she introduced on Wednesday called the Accountable Capitalism Act.

Warren pointed to the investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) system, which allows companies to sue foreign governments over regulations that the company deems discriminatory, as an example of the ways trade policies give corporations special privileges.

Under an ISDS suit, “either the country changes its law or makes a big payment. No going through a court system,” Warren said. “That’s just saying, in effect, trade deals are written for the guys who run these big multinationals, not for the American people.” Warren also said that clauses on workers’ rights and environmental protections in trade deals are difficult to enforce in practice.

“Does it bother you that you’re basically on the same side as someone who’s the chief trade advisor to the president?” asked Cramer, referring to National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro who has been an outspoken critic of trade deals he believes take advantage of the United States. Both Navarro and Warner opposed the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which President Donald Trump withdrew from last January. Warren did not deny that their views are similar, but emphasized that she is “on the side of the American people.”

On the topic of her new bill, Warren told the “Mad Money” host that it aims to “get a little accountability into the system” and create “CEOs and top executives who are incentivized not just to think in the next quarter, but to think longer arc.” The Accountable Capitalism Act would mandate that any corporation with over $1 billion in revenue obtain a federal corporate charter, which would require them to consider the interests of all major stakeholders in company decisions. Stakeholders include traditional shareholders, but also employees, customers and communities where the company does business.

Under the bill, employees would elect at least 40 percent of the board of directors, and at least 75 percent of directors and shareholders would need to approve any political spending by the company.

Executives would also be prohibited to sell their company’s shares within five years of receiving them or within three years of a stock buyback. Warren criticized buybacks as “nothing more than a sugar high for those companies in the short term” that enriches executives but not employees.

Warren stressed that her bill “doesn’t cost the American tax payer a single penny.”

When asked by the “Mad Money” host if she is considering a presidential run in 2020, Warren did not give a response and instead called attention to November’s congressional election, where she is running for her second term as a Massachusetts senator.


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