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As a result of the top and bottom-line miss, shares of Hasbro are in the red in early Monday trading. Hasbro reported$829.3 million in second quarter revenue, an 8% increase over the$766.3 million reported in the prior-year quarter but a figure that failed to meet the $842 million analyst consensus. Net income fell to$33.5 million, or 26 cent per share, down from the $36.5 million, or 28 cents per share, reported this same time in 2013. Excluding special items like an unfavorable tax adjustment that amounted to $13.8 million, or 10 cents per share Hasbro reported profit of 36 cents per share, a figure that fell a penny short of the analyst consensus. Second quarter performance reflects our continuing re-imagination of brands across the brand blueprint and the positive impact of our investment and focus on strategic growth opportunities within Hasbro, Brian Goldner, Hasbro president and CEO, said in a statement Monday morning.
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Analysts on average were expecting a profit of 36 cents per share on revenue of $839 million, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. The toymaker's shares closed at $53.21 on the Nasdaq on Friday. The stock has risen 14 percent in the year to Friday's close.
LANG , Associated Press Updated: July 21, 2014 - 2:10 PM Tweet LOS ANGELES When it comes to designing coveted collectible toys for sale at Comic-Con, the annual celebration of pop culture lifting off Thursday in San Diego, the sky's the limit for the designers at Mattel. Fittingly, the building where Mattel's dreamers conceive of their limited-edition playthings is just down the street from the Los Angeles International Airport. Inside the colorful design center a Hot Wheels-themed shuttle bus transports employees from Mattel's parking garage the designers have spent the past year working on 10 toys created especially for the Comic-Con crowd, including a replica of the Batmobile from the upcoming game "Batman: Arkham Knight" and a 9-inch-tall action figure of Superman killer Doomsday. "We don't have to worry about retail.