Within hours of Toys R Us' bankruptcy filing last week, the maker of Max Tow Truck and Animal Babies Nursery sounded a financial alarm of its own. Toy supplier Jakks Pacific now expects to record a loss this year because of the retailer's bankruptcy.

Toys R Us owes $14.06 million to Jakks Pacific, which last year posted a profit of $1.2 million, making the California-based toy supplier one of more than 100,000 creditors hit by the chain's bankruptcy in the run-up to Christmas shopping season. In total, Toys R Us owes $7.5 billion to a group that includes virtually every major toy-maker in the country: Mattel (owed $136 million), Hasbro ($59 million), Spin Master ($33 million), Lego ($32 million), Radio Flyer ($12 million), Crayola ($2.6 million).

Read More

Related Campus Units

Robins School of Business

Professor of Finance
Joseph A. Jennings Chair in Business
Corporate Finance
Derivative Securities
Finance Pedagogy
Initial Public Offerings
Practitioner Issues
Securities and Exchange Commission
Small Business Management