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Toys "R" Us is the latest in a string of financially distressed companies hiring executives with debt restructuring experience.

Toys "R" Us Inc has been relying on the debt restructuring advice of investment bank Lazard Ltd as it prepares to file for bankruptcy and now the struggling USA toy retailer has decided it wants to bring some of Lazard's expertise inhouse.

Toys R Us could also develop partnerships and promotions with companies to provide exclusives, paving the way for people to have an extra reason to visit the store. The company is yet to issue a response to today's reports from Reuters.

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When news broke of Toys R Us potentially going bankrupt, the store started trending on social media.

A representative for Toys "R" Us declined to comment.

The loan, according to The Wall Street Journal, would reassure the vendors that it will be able to pay for the portion of orders the retailer still needs. Brandon told Bloomberg past year that he wanted to revitalize his company's stores and get new products out where shoppers could see them.

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CNBC says the toy giant was acquired by private equity firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Bain Capital Partners and real estate investment trust Vornardo Realty Trust in 2005 in a $6.6 billion deal.

Reorg Research said a bankruptcy filing could be made in Virginia as soon as Monday.

There have been more than a dozen significant retail bankruptcies this year, but none for retailers as big as Toys "R" Us, which has about $5 billion in debt and more than 1,600 stores worldwide.

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