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  • n. Plural form of toymaker.


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  • That could narrow the room for more specialized toymakers like VTech, in favor of just selling apps for children over the Web.

    VTech Puts Microchip Firepower Into Young Hands

  • The spirit of technological advance that sent early products like pong games to the discount bin is still at work, and toymakers must adapt.

    VTech Puts Microchip Firepower Into Young Hands

  • Reuters A scare over lead in Chinese goods was a boon to small U.S. toymakers — until new safety regulations forced companies to pare back their product lines.

    Small Crafts vs. Big Government

  • Confidential information memorandums – sales brochures – are being sent out to Chorion, toymakers Hasbro and Mattel, broadcasters Disney and Viacom, and children's entertainment mogul Haim Saban.

    How to get Hit Entertainment back on track?

  • Few would deny that the 77-year-old company produces a product loved by millions and has survived in a digital era that has seen many other traditional toymakers collapse.

    Lego bids to build a greater appeal for girls

  • COGLIATE, Italy — Enrico Preziosi, founder of Giochi Preziosi, one of the world's biggest toymakers, built his business by designing and producing toys that became icons in Italy and trend-setters in Europe and elsewhere.

    Italian Toy Maker Aims to Double Revenue by 2015

  • Worries about lead exposure prompted toymakers to recall millions of Chinese-made toys in 2007.

    Regulators Advise on Cadmium in Toys

  • Did the toymakers assume that the kids watching the Marmaduke movie were going to identify with the dog characters the way they identify with the dogs in All Dogs Go to Heaven or with Lady and Tramp?

    Lance Mannion:

  • For the second year, they've decided to make use of the gap between the two events with In Between Days, a midweek festival curated by cult toymakers Amos.

    Click to download: Armpits and amps

  • In the five years since "Cars" was released, the movie has sold something in the neighborhood of $10 billion in merchandise—cute little cars, trucks and other vehicles that keep rolling off the toymakers' assembly lines in epic numbers.

    Oy Story: 'Cars 2' Is a Dollar-Driven Edsel


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