China Mobile, JAKKS Pacific, and Sogou are trading at their lowest levels of 2017, but better times are waiting in 2018.
News & Analysis: JAKKS Pacific
The toy store may be buckling financially with $400 million in debt to pay back next year, but the companies that stock the shelves aren't bowing out.
The retailer put out a statement to quell nervous suppliers and investors, but it may do more harm than good.
A new toy licensing agreement around the release of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is good news for the company.
Stocks dropped again, leaving relatively few winners. But these three stocks managed to make the most of a bad Friday. Find out more here.
These companies didn't get it right this week.
There's more pain for the toymakers.
The fun and games are over for JAKKS after poor second-quarter results start an unwelcome series of events for shareholders.
Just the facts, Fool.