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- Some former Toys R Us employees say they’re upset that the toy chain likened its bankruptcy to a vacation.
- Toys R Us posted a tweet on October 6 featuring a picture of the company mascot, Geoffrey the Giraffe, holding a suitcase, saying that the iconic mascot had returned from traveling the world, signaling the company’s plans to relaunch the brand.
- Some of those former employees have accused the company’s investors of profiting from the bankruptcy while failing to pay into a fund intended to help affected employees.
Toys R Us signaled that it could make a comeback using its mascot, Geoffrey the giraffe in a message posted on Twitter last weekend.
“He’s been traveling across the globe for the past few months but now
#GeoffreysBack and once again ready to set play free for children of all ages,” the tweet reads in part.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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