Though the state has enacted a law aimed at preventing it, 3,500 people were found collecting benefits.
Newer brands such as Monster High and American Girl power the top toymaker to expectation-beating results.
The wireless company's stock has surged as a buyout battle builds, but its struggles will continue regardless of ownership.
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An abundance of it on TV has some marketers questioning the soaring costs involved and wondering if viewers can even keep up.
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Despite its size, the IPO will create just two new members of the 10-figure club from its executive ranks. A few others could net hundreds of millions.
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