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Mattel Inc's web-connected, talking doll Hello Barbie cast as 'creepy' Big ...
Mattel Inc.'s Hello Barbie, a new doll that can hold Siri-like conversations with kids, was meant to help spur a turnaround for the company.
Mattel: The Fork In The Road
Using Jim Collins' book How The Mighty Fall, we can see that Mattel's decline has been a long time coming. This article walks readers through each step of the decline to show how they got to where they are today.
Mattel's 6% Dividend Looks Too Good To Be True (MAT)
I believe toy maker Mattel, Inc. (NASDAQ:MAT) is in danger of becoming the latest example of this. Mattel had a terrible year in 2014.
Four Stocks That Fell Yesterday: Mattel, Inc (NASDAQ:MAT), Century Aluminum ...
Mattel, Inc (NASDAQ:MAT)'s shares dwindled -2.89%, and closed at $23.48, hitting new 52-week low of $23.46. The stock has price to sale ratio of 1.32, however, price to book ratio is 2.70.
Mattel Inc (MAT) Falls 2.9% for March 24
One of the S&P 500's big losers for Tuesday March 24 was Mattel Inc (MAT). The company's stock fell 2.9% to $23.48 on volume of 6.22 million shares.
Mattel: Trouble In Toyland (MAT)
Mattel's employees are becoming increasingly disgruntled according to sites like and Bryan Stockton is back as a consultant, making more money than he was as CEO.
The Worst Is Not Over For Mattel
Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT) was once on top of the world. Its Barbie doll franchise was on every little girl's holiday toy list, but those days are over.
Stocks Reached An Oversold Condition: Altria Group Inc (NYSE:MO), Mattel, Inc ...
Mattel, Inc. (NASDAQ:MAT)'s RSI reading has hit 30.79. The stock is down -8.73% in one month through last close, to $23.11, showing a -20.72% return during the past three months.
Mattel Brings Back Departed CEO as Consultant
After abruptly resigning as Mattel Inc.'s CEO in January, Bryan Stockton is back at the toy maker as a consultant. Under the agreement, Mattel will pay Mr. Stockton $125,000 a month for the next year.
Update: Mattel, Inc. Short Interest Drops by -12.7%
The short interest in Mattel, Inc. (NASDAQ:MAT) has declined from 32,595,146 on January 30,2015 to 28,462,290 on February 13,2015.
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