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The success of Disney+ is in turn boosting sales of Hasbro’s licensed toys and games, especially The Child.
Brian Goldner, CEO of Hasbro, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the demand his business is seeing during the coronavirus outbreak.
Several personnel changes have been announced.
Hasbro, Inc. and The Walt Disney Company have announced a renewal of Hasbro’s rights under its strategic merchandising relationship for major Disney entertainment properties Marvel and Star Wars.
Check out the latest financial report from Hasbro.
The all-cash transaction is valued at approximately £2.9 billion.
See how the company did in the third quarter.
Hasbro has appointed Matthew Austin as its new president and general manager for its European sales and marketing team.
Hasbro are planning to reduce its manufacturing out of China to 50% or under by the end of 2020.
Packaging for Hasbro products is about to undergo a major change.
Good news for Hasbro, as President Trump has bowed to pressure and delayed the imposition of new tariffs on a wide variety of consumer products including toys until December 15th.
Hasbro has seen its second quarter revenue increase nine per cent to $984.5 million in 2019, versus the $904.5 million is totalled for the same period in 2018.
See how the company did during the first quarter of this year.
She will be heading up this newly-created C-level position.
Welcome back Vickie Stratford to the Hasbro Star Wars team as Director of Product Design.
So how were Hasbro's sales during 2018?
A new leader for the Hasbro Star Wars brand.
New opportunities are on the horizon.
Hasbro's Q3 2018 results are down after the demise of Toys R Us, leading to layoffs of up to 10% of it's workforce.
Difficult changes are underway at Hasbro that could affect ‘a single digit percentage’ of the toy company’s global workforce of 5,000 employees.
Hasbro moves to escape President Trump's trade war with China and the 25 per cent tariff placed on $34 billion worth of Chinese imports.
Hasbro's eco-friendly programme will see used toys transformed into park benches and flower pots.
Hasbro has posted a net loss of $112.5 million which includes after-tax expenses of $61.4 million associated with Toys 'R' Us.
Hasbro has promoted long-serving Foye Pascoe to President, European Sales and Marketing, overseeing all sales and marketing activities throughout the region.
Hasbro Chief Executive Officer Brian Goldner says the company made an error by releasing toys too far ahead of the release of The Last Jedi.
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