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Funko Company Info
Funko, Inc. engages in designing, sourcing, and distributing licensed pop culture products. Its product lines include media and entertainment content, which refer to movies, TV shows, video games, music, and sports. It operates through the United States, Europe, and Other International geographic segments. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Everett, WA.
News & Analysis
Funko is still losing money in 2023 -- but 2024 could be completely different.
Funko stock sells for a seemingly cheap P/E ratio, but beware of falling profit margins.
The pop culture collectibles maker is running out of steam.
The market clearly considered Friday's massive sell-off to be overblown.
Live by the fad, die by the fad.
Funko is an entertainment-based company with a wide moat and big potential.
A strong earnings report wasn't enough to lift shares of the toy maker.
The pop culture toy maker got some love from Wall Street.
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