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'Dungeons & Dragons' Movie Trial Begins
A federal judge heard opening arguments Tuesday in a case that could decide which of two major Hollywood studios gets to make a movie based on the fantasy role-playing game "Dungeons & Dragons." Hasbro sued Sweetpea Entertainment in May 2013, to halt Warner Bros.
Toys R Us Reveals Hot Toy List For 2014 Holiday Season
With the holiday shopping season approaching, Toys R Us has revealed its highly anticipated 2014 Holiday Hot Toy List. The annual list of 36 items, determined by Toys R Us play experts after months of extensive research, is packed with a wide range of brand new toys, games and other playthings expected to be at the top of kids' wish lists this year.
WMS Pays 300th Wide-Area Progressive Jackpot
The prize is the 300th jackpot on a WMS wide-area progressive slot machine since the first installation in 2004. Within 36 hours of that 300th jackpot, two other lucky players hit mega-wins on WMS machines at other locations for a combined total of nearly , WMS Senior Vice President of Global Gaming Operations, said: "We are always thrilled to pay casino patrons larger-than-life jackpots, and we've had the opportunity to pay over to winning players in the last 10 years.
Why Don't You Have a Little Fun in your Portfolio?
In this article, let's take a look at Hasbro Inc. , a $6.87 billion market cap company, which is a company with a broad portfolio of toys, games and entertainment offerings includes brands such as Transformers, Playskool, Monopoly and My Little Pony. The toy industry is characterized as competitive.
United States traditional toys market led by Mattel Inc
Mattel and Hasbro are seen as toy leaders, with a large presence across a variety of niches. Many of the other companies operate in only a few niches and their shares reflect this.
Toy story: Hasbro tapped for gains, wait on Mattel
Hasbro looks like a more attractive stock to own than Mattel with EPS moving in the right direction and shares paying out a healthy 3.3% dividend yield, according to Barron's Jack Hough.