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Hasbro Said to Make Bid for Toy Rival Mattel

NYTimes.com Saturday, 11 November 2017 ()
Hasbro Said to Make Bid for Toy Rival MattelThe offer, which would unite the country’s two largest toy companies, comes as toymakers try to compete with electronic devices and video entertainment.
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Hasbro has made a bid to acquire rival toymaker Mattel. Hasbro made the takeover offer in recent months and while details about the offer are unknown as is whether or not Hasbro and Mattel have been in any further talks about the offer, a deal would combine the two largest U.S. toymakers. The...

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