The toy industry had a hard time in its last quarter, and a changing landscape means more hard times are ahead.
Weak sales for boys likely fueled the Backflip Studios acquisition.
It's all fun and games for shareholders of this company, who have seen their quarterly payouts increase by 1,233% since 2003!
Mattel has a plan for the rest of the year, but it seems to be playing a shorter game.
There's more pain for the toymakers.
Thanks to record demand, companies such as Smith & Wesson and Sturm, Ruger can't seem to make firearms fast enough to keep up. But which is the better buy today?
Sturm, Ruger just announced a new manufacturing plant to expand production, but don't forget there's risk involved with the purchase.
Market-trouncing returns could be written in this 4-Star.
Amid plenty of debate in Washington, gunmakers are selling their goods as fast as they can.
The gun maker reports earnings on Tuesday, with a recent move adding further fuel to its share-price gains.