The top two toymakers have talked about putting all their brands in one toy box, but there are good reasons why regulators -- and the companies themselves -- might object to a tie-up.
Smith & Wesson and Sturm, Ruger have a new rival.
The toy and game maker breezed by revenue and earnings expectations, thanks to robust sales across its partner brands and in several of its franchise brands, including iconic favorites Nerf and Play-Doh.
Strong evidence indicates that women are taking an increasing interest in firearm ownership.
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From classic toy franchises to major blockbusters, the company enjoyed strong momentum closing out 2015.
The gunmaker says it's more of a brand extension than a new line of business.
These firearms makers are skyrocketing for all the wrong reasons. There's no reason why this surge shouldn't continue in 2016, either.
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Gun manufacturer raises guidance on top of an already elevated outlook.