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Polaris and its competitors have these risk factors to deal with in the powersport and motor vehicle markets.
Sturm, Ruger; Smith & Wesson; and others have had a good run in the markets the last few years. Their future success will largely depend on blending technology with tradition.
Polaris hopes to grow productivity with increased focus on lean manufacturing during 2014.
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3D Systems Corporation has acquired Digital PlaySpace, a game design and development studio that bolsters brand engagement for consumers.
Both Mattel and Hasbro failed to meet analyst expectations for the fourth quarter. Shares of Mattel fell by 10% post-earnings, making the stock look far more attractive than Hasbro's. This decline, coupled with a dividend increase, has pushed Mattel's yield above 4%, putting it on dividend growth investors' watchlists.