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Mattel

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  1. After losing a coveted deal to make dolls based on Disney’s “Frozen” and other princess films to rival Hasbro last month, El Segundo toy maker Mattel announced Tuesday that ... FULL ARTICLE AT Los Angeles Business Journal

  2. (PR-inside.com) AL Shula General Trading Co is responsible for the distribution of the Mattel and Bandai brands in the Middle East, and its future strategy is expected to involve ... FULL ARTICLE AT PR-Inside.com

  1. (PR-inside.com) Over the forecast period, Mattel Mexico is expected to maintain its leadership in the traditional toys and games category by investing in the promotion and advertising of its ... FULL ARTICLE AT PR-Inside.com

  2. (PR-inside.com) Many of the toys that entertain children around the world are designed and developed by a family company in Villa Lynch, in Buenos Aires Province. Intek SA designs ... FULL ARTICLE AT PR-Inside.com

  3. Robust sales of Marvel and Transformers action figures in emerging markets drove a strong quarter for Hasbro, the second-largest toymaker in the United States. FULL ARTICLE AT The New York Times

  1. Filed under: Investing Source: Hasbro. In the toy arena, Hasbro fights hard with rival Mattel and other toy makers to claim their share of spending from kids and their parents ... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Finance

  2. Barbie nose-dives as Mattel's problems mount

    Barbie may still have Ken and her Dream House, but she's struggling to hang on to the thing she needs most: her fan base.Toymaker Mattel reported on Thursday ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Herald

  3. Sales of Mattel Inc.’s iconic fashion doll fell 21% in the third quarter, contributing to a 22% drop in profits and an 8% decline in sales for the toy ... FULL ARTICLE AT American Banking News

  4. TOYING AROUND: New York Comic Con Recap

    This week's TOYING catches up on everything revealed at this year's New York Comic Con from Mattel, Hasbro and all the rest! FULL ARTICLE AT Comic Book Resources

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Mattel Inc. (NYSE: MAT) is the world's largest toy importing company based on revenue. The products it produces include Barbie dolls, Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars, American Girl dolls, board games, and, in the early 1980s, video game consoles. It was founded in 1945 by Harold "Matt" Matson and Elliot Handler (hence the name "matt-el"). Handler's wife, Ruth Handler, later became president, and is... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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