These companies paid little or no federal income tax between 2008 and 2011.
Analysts aren't too worried, since the first quarter is the least relevant of the year for the toy industry.
March retail sales exceed forecasts, but higher borrowing costs for Spain weigh on sentiment.
The toy company is jumping on the merchandise bonanza with a doll inspired by the movie's heroine.
This toy company is rated E for everyone.
Toy companies pay decent dividends and are expected to raise prices this year without hurting sales.
These fast-gaining shares carry high risk at current levels, and shareholders should lock in profits now.
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