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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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.
becker&mayers book publishing group and its SmartLab book-plus and toy business assets would become Quartos fifth US creative hub, based in Bellevue, WA, alongside its current publishing operations in Minneapolis, the North Shore of Boston, Southern California and New York City.
The adult sex toy business is red hot thanks to more average average folk getting in on the act, seduced by kinky toys popping up in popular culture including the bestselling Fifty Shades novels.
The owner of the sex toy business responsible for the 'Tree of Pleasure', Norma Rossetti, said she the tree was part of a mission of change the image of sex toys into "completely normal everyday objects".
It's natural to make decisions that protect the toy business, but that's not the best thing for making quality films," he added.
A FAMILY toy business has created three jobs and moved into bigger premises to cope with demand.
This is a great opportunity for someone to get into the books and toy business at a very reasonable price.
The Parrish family has been in the toy business for 40 years.
Competing with gadgets like iPods and cellular phones, gadgets like this represent the tech-heavy tack the toy business has taken.
By forming the capital alliance with People, which has several popular toy series for babies, Bandai aims to boost its toy business targeting the age bracket.
For Bain this deal represents a continuation of its venture into the toy business.
In August, Toys "R" Us announced that it might leave the toy business now that discounters like Wal-Mart are selling more and more toys.