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The Wall Street Journal reported this afternoon that MGA Entertainment is willing to share revenues from future sales of its Bratz Dolls with rival Mattel in order to avoid further litigation. (UPDATED)
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Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Nucor and Borders popped while Mattel and Amylin dropped.
Stocks finished higher in feather-light trading Wednesday, boosted by a rise in financials and energy stocks, as well as a better-than-expected durable-goods report.
Stocks advanced in light trading Wednesday, boosted by a rise in financials and housing stocks, as well as a better-than-expected durable-goods report. Earlier, stocks had swayed, torn between the encouraging durables report and oil's ascent amid the threat of tropical storm Gustav.
Stocks turned lower Wednesday as rising oil prices offset a better-than-expected report on durable-goods orders.
U.S. stock index futures bounced back after a better-than-expected report on durable-goods orders.
The jury Thursday begins deliberating how much money to give Mattel -- if any -- in its case against Bratz maker MGA Entertainment and CEO Isaac Larian.
Mattel wants at least $1.8 billion in damages from MGA Entertainment and its CEO. MGA says Mattel deserves no more than $39 million. That's quite a range.
During a lunch break in Mattel's lawsuit over the Bratz dolls, Mattel CEO Bob Eckert spoke exclusively with CNBC.
I'm sitting in on closing arguments in the penalty phase of Mattel's case against privately held MGA Entertainment. The CEOs of both companies are in the Riverside, Calif. courtroom 70 miles from their offices. It's standing room only. (UPDATED.)
The pitter-patter of little feet and the high-pitched cries of infants may seem louder lately, but it's music to the ears of many companies that cater to infants and children.
According to MGA Entertainment, a judge has denied a motion for mistrial in the case Mattel brought against the company.
Los Angeles is in the middle of a billion dollar girl fight. Actually a $3.1 billion girl fight if Mattel's figures are correct. Later today a judge is expected to rule on whether to declare a mistrial in the case Mattel brought against MGA Entertainment over its mega-hit Bratz dolls.
To give investors an edge, CNBC asked the experts for their best trades now.
Don Wordell has some mid-cap ideas to help position your portfolio for recovery. "Our process revolves around three things: Yield, valuation and fundamentals," he told CNBC.
“Boycott Hasbro!” The rallying cry started early Tuesday after fans of Scrabulous, an online knockoff of the classic board game Scrabble, woke up to find that their game had been abruptly removed from Facebook.com, the social networking site.
It was a bumpy ride on Wall Street this week, so CNBC asked the experts where to find opportunities amid the market volatility.
With so much news Monday we need two "Word on the Street" posts. Find out what the traders are saying about oil, the financials and more!