toy business

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Noun1.toy business - an industry that manufactures and sells toys for childrentoy business - an industry that manufactures and sells toys for children
industry - the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
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The company said it will move eOne's toy business in-house and work to increase the profitability of its licensing and merchandising.
Hasbro expects to realize in-sourcing and other global annual run rate synergies of approximately $130M by 2022, driven by integration benefits, substantial savings from moving a significant portion of eOne's toy business in-house and enhancing the profitability of eOne's licensing and merchandising activities.
Tandem said revenue growth has been driven principally by its character-licensed wheeled toy business.
Licensing continues to be a huge part of the toy business, representing about 30 percent of all U.S.
"If Toys R Us is not here, I think the toy business as a whole will have a devastating year -- this year and the following year."
The toy business looked a lot simpler in 2005, when the private equity firms Bain Capital and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and the real estate firm Vornado Realty Trust acquired the company for $6.6 billion.
I am not sure that is going to happen until they get a total grip on what has happened with the toy industry and start to downsize the size of their stores, cut inventory and focus on what remains of the once-golden toy business.
The assets of becker and mayer's book publishing group and its SmartLab book-plus and toy business will become Quarto's fifth US creative hub, based in Bellevue, Washington, alongside its current publishing operations in Minneapolis, the North Shore of Boston, Southern California and New York City.
This year, the toy business is being dominated by movie franchise tie-ins.
Lee Hunter, who ran Hunters Toys in Stockton but now focuses on setting up shows alongside his online toy business, said the event was a big success.