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Mattel, the world's largest toy maker, said Monday that its first-quarter profit slipped 60% as the year-ago period benefited from a hefty settlement, but the results beat Wall Street's expectations.
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Mattel Showcase Slideshow for the Toy Fair, New York 2007
Celeb and champion poker player Chris Moneymaker is in second place in "Trading With The Stars." But that isn't keeping the crew from "Squawk on the Street" from giving him some specific stock pick advice. CNBC's Erin Burnett talked with Bob O'Brien, who had some stock picks based on Chris's criteria (keeping his picks at the contest rule market cap of $500m)
With MP3 players and video games eating into sales, toymakers are embracing technology, saying "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em." That strategy will be on display at the American International Toy Fair Show in New York starting Sunday.
The country’s biggest toy fair is now underway in New York, and Mattel CEO Bob Eckert joined CNBC's Sue Herera to discuss the toymaker’s new product line. In an era when the iPod and X-Box are as transposable to children as Barbie and Ken once were, toymakers are scurrying to reinvent the toy to better reflect what kids really want.
Strong sales of Barbie products helped toy maker Mattel report a fourth-quarter profit well ahead of the prior year's earnings and analysts' expectations.
Posh FAO Schwarz in Manhattan is jammed with shoppers -- but CNBC's Margaret Brennan says big-box stores like Wal-Mart grab some 57% of all toy sales.