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Why Companies Like Toys ‘R’ Us Love to Go Bust in Richmond, Va.

In July, an article in The Virginia Lawyers Weekly declared the city a “bankruptcy ... the private equity investors Bain Capital and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and the real estate firm Vornado Realty Trust bought the company in 2005 and loaded it up with ...

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Advertisement Supported by Economy Why Companies Like Toys ‘R’ Us Love to Go Bust in Richmond, Va. By MICHAEL CORKERY and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERGNOV14, 2017 Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story if ( window.magnum && window.magnum.getFlags().indexOf('headlineBalancer') > 0 && window.magnum.headlineBalancer && window.magnum.headlineBalancer.initialize && window.magnum.headlineBalancer.shouldRun() ) { window.magnum.headlineBalancer.initialize(); } Photo The federal courthouse in Richmond, Va., where Toys “R” Us filed for bankruptcyThe bankruptcy court there offers several features attractive to the executives, bankers and lawyers trying to get an edge in Chapter 11 cases.

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