Change in the number of stores worldwide of the leading 50 U.S.-based retailers* from 2009 to 2010

Change in the number of stores worldwide of the leading 50 U.S.-based retailers 2009-2010 The statistic shows the change in the number of stores worldwide of the leading 50 U.S.-based retailers from 2009 to 2010. Toys "R" Us' number of stores worldwide grew by 58.6 percent fro 2009 to 2010.
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RetailerChange from 2009 to 2010
Toys "R" Us 58.6%
Best Buy 11.3%
Nordstrom 10.9%
Walgreen 8.1%
Subway 7.4%
Apple Stores / iTunes 7.4%
Aldi 7%
Dollar General 6.2%
ShopRite 5.8%
7-Eleven 5.5%
Darden Restaurants 5.3%
H-E-B 5.3%
Ahold USA / Royal Ahold 5.3%
Ross Stores 5%
Whole Foods Markets 4.7%
Publix 4.6%
Army Air Force Exchange 3.4%
Menard 3.2%
Bed Bath & Beyond 3.1%
Costco 2.5%
Kohl's 2.4%
TJX 2.3%
CVS Caremark 2%
Family Dollar 2%
Lowe's 1.7%
SUPERVALU 1.7%
Wal-Mart 1.3%
Staples 1.3%
Delhaize America 1.2%
BJ'S Wholesale Club 1.1%
YUM! Brands 0.9%
Target 0.6%
Macy's 0.6%
Meijer 0.5%
Burger King Holdings 0.3%
McDonald's 0.3%
Sears Holdings 0.1%
Verizon Wireless 0%
The Home Depot 0%
Amazon.com 0%
J.C. Penney -0.2%
Kroger -0.4%
Rite Aid -0.9%
Ace Hardware -1.1%
Limited Brands -1.2%
Wendy's / Arby's Restaurants -1.4%
Safeway -2%
Gap -2.3%
True Value -4.2%
A&P -11%
RetailerChange from 2009 to 2010
Toys "R" Us 58.6%
Best Buy 11.3%
Nordstrom 10.9%
Walgreen 8.1%
Subway 7.4%
Apple Stores / iTunes 7.4%
Aldi 7%
Dollar General 6.2%
ShopRite 5.8%
7-Eleven 5.5%
Darden Restaurants 5.3%
H-E-B 5.3%
Ahold USA / Royal Ahold 5.3%
Ross Stores 5%
Whole Foods Markets 4.7%
Publix 4.6%
Army Air Force Exchange 3.4%
Menard 3.2%
Bed Bath & Beyond 3.1%
Costco 2.5%
Kohl's 2.4%
TJX 2.3%
CVS Caremark 2%
Family Dollar 2%
Lowe's 1.7%
SUPERVALU 1.7%
Wal-Mart 1.3%
Staples 1.3%
Delhaize America 1.2%
BJ'S Wholesale Club 1.1%
YUM! Brands 0.9%
Target 0.6%
Macy's 0.6%
Meijer 0.5%
Burger King Holdings 0.3%
McDonald's 0.3%
Sears Holdings 0.1%
Verizon Wireless 0%
The Home Depot 0%
Amazon.com 0%
J.C. Penney -0.2%
Kroger -0.4%
Rite Aid -0.9%
Ace Hardware -1.1%
Limited Brands -1.2%
Wendy's / Arby's Restaurants -1.4%
Safeway -2%
Gap -2.3%
True Value -4.2%
A&P -11%
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The statistic shows the change in the number of stores worldwide of the leading 50 U.S.-based retailers from 2009 to 2010. Toys "R" Us' number of stores worldwide grew by 58.6 percent fro 2009 to 2010.
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Release date
July 2011
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
2009 and 2010
Supplementary notes
Amazon.com is an online retail company, thus it operates no physical stores for retail customers.
* Based on 2010 U.S. retail sales.
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