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The Pokémon Company International has launched a Pokémon Boutique in conjunction with the Japan LA Pop Culture Shop.
Dentsu Entertainment USA and Level-5 have appointed Evolution USA to bring the franchises "Yo-Kai Watch" and "Little Battlers eXperience" to the U.S. and Canada.
BlooBuzz has partnered with Showtime, CBS Consumer Products and actor Michael C. Hall to launch the official "Dexter" mobile game.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have launched three new entertainment destinations for Scooby-Doo, Looney Tunes and DC Kids.
Mattel's American Girl brand of contemporary 18-inch dolls, accessories, girls' clothing and play-based content has been rebranded as Truly Me.
Monsanto Company and The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company have extended their nearly two-decade-long partnership for the licensing of Monsanto's Roundup herbicide brand.
Evergreen International Holdings has signed on to bring a number of premium kids' apparel brands to China including Roberto Cavalli Junior, Diesel Kid and Fendi Kids.
The Pennsylvania theme park Idlewild & SoakZone will debut new “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” features this summer.
Full Colour Black has secured the exclusive worldwide licensing and product rights to 72, previously unavailable Bob Marley images from a 1975 London concert.
In anticipation of the July 10 release of Universal's Minions, Build-A-Bear Workshop has debuted a collection of customizable Minions plush, featuring Kevin, Stuart and Bob.
Now Hollywood collectibles auction site ScreenBid is giving its fans of "Sons of Anarchy" the chance to own a piece of the show with an online auction.
The Light Fund, the U.K.'s charitable body for the licensing industry, has named 16 beneficiaries for the more than £90,000 it raised in 2014.
Penguin has signed on to develop publishing programs for two preschool series–the upcoming CBeebies show "Hey Duggee" and DHX Brands' "Ella the Elephant."
The late famed pianist Liberace is set to play for audiences once again, thanks to a new partnership between the Liberace Foundation and Hologram USA.
Scottish artist Debbie Taylor-Kerman has added new licensing partners for both her seasonal and everyday design collections.
Coach has bought the women's footwear brand Stuart Weitzman from the private equity firm Sycamore Partners for $530 million.
Sixty years later, Marilyn Monroe is returning to Max Factor, the make-up studio that turned her from Norma Jeane into the iconic movie star we know today.
American Greetings Properties is collaborating with Spanish fashion designer Krizia Robustella for a collection of Care Bears apparel.
Art licensing firm MGL has signed two new licensees for artist Shell Rummel and has added the design brand Piddix to its portfolio.
The Fred Rogers Company has appointed HiHat Media to lead U.S. brand licensing for its PBS Kids series "Peg + Cat."
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