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Toys ‘R’ Us void to be felt at annual Toy Fair trade show

By Melanie Notkin

The biggest question at this year’s Toy Fair is not which goods will be hot, but where the goods will actually be sold.

The industry is still looking for innovative ways to replace bankrupt retailer Toys ‘R’ Us — whose former executives are said to be attempting a comeback — as the mecca for year-round toy purchases.

The good news is that consumers are finding new ways to shop for toys...

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