With Christmas a week away, the pressure is on Toys R Us . The retailer reported a $605 million net loss for the quarter ending Nov. 2 , up from $105 million last year. Weaker U.S. sales and a big increase in income tax expense caused the wider loss. Revenue fell 5% to $2.49 billion from $2.61 billion . Revenue in stores open at least one year, a key retail metric, fell 5.2% in the U.S., hurt by weakness in learning, baby and juvenile and core toy categories.
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