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  2. Toys "R" Us - Wikipedia"R"_Us

    Toys "R" Us is an American toy, clothing, and baby product retailer owned by Tru Kids (doing business as Tru Kids Brands) and various others. The company was founded in 1957; its first store was built in April 1948, with its headquarters located in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey, in the New York metropolitan area.

  3. VivoCity - Wikipedia

    VivoCity is a shopping mall located in the HarbourFront precinct of Bukit Merah, Singapore.It is the largest shopping mall in Singapore, with 99,987 square metres (1,076,250 square feet) of net lettable area and 142,854 square metres (1,537,670 square feet) of gross floor area spread over a three-storey shopping complex and two basement levels.

  4. China International Capital Corporation - Wikipedia

    In 2017, CICC acquired a majority stake (50+%) in US KraneShares, a leading exchange-traded fund provider that focuses on Chinese listed companies, with its biggest fund (KWEB) focused on Chinese Internet companies. In 2017, giant Chinese internet company, Tencent acquired a 5% stake in CICC.

  5. Hasbro - Wikipedia

    Mattel also proposed a merger that year, but was turned down by the Hasbro board in 1996 due to antitrust issues and Justice Department investigation into exclusionary policies between toy manufacturers and toy retailers, particularly Toys "R" Us. In 1998, Hasbro bought Avalon Hill for $6 million and Galoob for $220 million.

  6. Bombardier Recreational Products - Wikipedia

    The bikes competed successfully in professional racing with Gary Jones winning the 1974 US 250cc AMA motocross national championship. In 1983, Bombardier licensed the brand and outsourced development and production of the Can-Am motorcycles to Armstrong-CCM Motorcycles of Lancashire, England. 1987 was the last model year for Can-Am.

  7. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 - Wikipedia

    Credit Suisse analysts estimated that Samsung would lose at least US$17 billion in revenue from the production and recall of the Galaxy Note 7. In July 2017, nine months after the Note 7 recall, Samsung released a refurbished version of the Galaxy Note 7, known as Galaxy Note Fan Edition (marketed as Samsung Galaxy Note FE ).

  8. Memory foam - Wikipedia

    Laws in several jurisdictions have been enacted to require that all bedding, including memory foam items, be resistant to ignition from an open flame such as a candle or cigarette lighter. US bedding laws that went into effect in 2010 change the Cal-117 Bulletin for FR testing.

  9. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 - Wikipedia

    Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display, 2960x1440 px resolution (516 ppi): Sound: Stereo speakers tuned by AKG with Dolby Atmos support: Rear camera: Dual 12 MP (1.4 μm, f/1.5/2.4) + 12 MP ((1.0 μm), f/2.4), Dual OIS, 4K at 30 or 60 fps (limited to 5 min)[1], QHD at 30 fps, 1080p at 30 or 60 fps, 720p at 30 fps and slow motion at 960 fps