Topics :: toys
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By Michelle R. Smith | Thursday Dec 13, 2012
An 13-year-old girl from New Jersey is urging Hasbro to make its iconic Easy-Bake Oven in gender neutral colors and to feature boys on its packaging and has even started an online campaign, which has earned the support of celebrity chef Bobby Flay.
Monday Oct 24, 2011
Just in time for Daylight Savings, Planet Dog is pleased to offer the Orbee-Tuff Glow Bone. The new dog toy is being launched in celebration of the socially responsible pet industry leader’s 10 years of giving.
By M. M. Adjarian | Monday Oct 18, 2010
After discovering in 2003 that no sex toys existed that "had any sort of design aesthetic." three Swedes founded LELO, a company known throughout the world as the producer of the best pleasure products around.
By MAE ANDERSON | Friday Oct 1, 2010
Toy prices overall have come down, but technology has gotten better. The highest-priced toy on the list is $69.99.
By Jennifer C. Kerr | Thursday Sep 30, 2010
Fisher-Price is recalling more than 10 million tricycles, toys and high chairs over safety concerns.
By Associated Press | Sunday Sep 26, 2010
The Forbes collection of miniature vintage toy soldiers and boats - from kings and queens to luxury ocean liners and warships - is going on the auction block in December.
By MAE ANDERSON | Thursday Sep 23, 2010
Toys R Us is betting that this year’s hot holiday toys will take a cue from Zhu Zhu Pets, the runaway toy hit last year, by following the three C’s: cute, cheap and collectible.
Friday Apr 16, 2010
Mattel Inc. surprised the market Friday, returning to a first-quarter profit on the strength of core brands like Barbie and newly licensed toy lines such as Thomas and Friends. The results easily beat Wall Street’s expectations.
By Mae Anderson | Monday Feb 15, 2010
From a digital Scrabble game that checks the words to a hovering UFO to miniature radio-control cars, toy makers are amping up the tech quotient but not prices.
By Sarah Larimer | Tuesday Dec 22, 2009
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials warned holiday shoppers Monday to stay away from toys that might be dangerous for children or break copyright, patent or trademark laws.
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