July 17- Mattel Inc, the world's largest toymaker, reported its third straight fall in quarterly revenue as sales for the iconic Barbie doll declined the most since mid-2009. Analysts estimate the doll contributes more than $1 billion to the company's annual sales, or about 15 percent of total sales in 2013. Mattel does not break out Barbie sales separately.» Read More
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