With digital devices now a daily presence in kids’ lives and new innovations like 3D printing entering the mainstream, technology is driving the toy category.
The British Toy & Hobby Association has announced its finalists for the 2014 Toy Retailer of the Year Awards.
Hudson’s Bay Company has appointed former Toys 'R' Us chairman and CEO and retail veteran Gerald Storch as chief executive officer, effective Jan. 6.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed with its licensing partners to support the third and final film in The Hobbit trilogy.
K'Nex is bringing the manufacturing of classic toy brand Lincoln Logs back to the U.S.
The Boy Scouts of America has added several new licensees, both for consumer products and scouting-specific gear.
Bandai has launched the new toy line for the Australian koala character Smiling Bear at Discover Australia stores in airports across Australia.
Sy Berger, known as the "father of the modern-day baseball trading card," died on Sunday at his home in Rockville Centre, N.Y., at the age of 91.
Hasbro has elected the current vice chairman of Lionsgate, Michael Burns, as an independent director to its board of directors.
Off the back of the expansion of its various property product lines, Imports Dragon has added five new members to its Toronto-based sales team.
Mind Candy, makers of the Moshi Monsters, has launched its new mobile game "World of Warriors" on Android and signed on a number of new product partners.
Moose Toys has released the second edition of its Trash Pack trading cards, based on the fourth and fifth series of the collectible toys.
Creata (makers of Happy Meals toys for McDonald’s and manufacturer of Skylanders toys for Activision) has hired Kathryn Klingler as director of licensing and marketing.
Zagtoon has tapped Bandai America as the master toy licensee for its new CGI TV series "Ladybug."
Entertainment One is kicking off 2014 with a lineup of new products for its hit property Peppa Pig.
Nickelodeon and Mega Brands are adding SpongeBob SquarePants to their line of Mega Bloks kids’ construction toys.
MEGA Brands and Ubisoft are teaming to create a new line of collector construction sets based on “Assassin’s Creed.”
Underground Toys celebrated the release of a wide range of new character licensed merchandise this week at New York Toy Fair.
In celebration of the brand's 40th anniversary this year, Playmobil has dispatched one of its figures on an international sightseeing adventure.
Striker Entertainment has gathered a group of top licensees for Summit Entertainment’s new blockbuster Divergent.
Pete the Cat is jumping off the printed page onto a new line of training skates from Chicago Skates.
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