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Wed, Oct 26 2016

BRIEF-Mattel Creations and Tongal form strategic multi-year partnership

* Mattel Creations and Tongal form strategic multi-year partnership to develop cross-platform content

Mattel sales beat estimates as Barbie shines

Mattel Inc , the largest U.S. toymaker, reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, driven by strong demand for its flagship Barbie and Fisher-Price brands.

UPDATE 1-Mattel sales beat estimates as Barbie shines

Oct 19 Mattel Inc, the largest U.S. toymaker, reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, driven by strong demand for its flagship Barbie and Fisher-Price brands.

Mattel sales beat estimates as Barbie shines

Oct 19 Mattel Inc, the largest U.S. toymaker, reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, driven by strong demand for its flagship Barbie and Fisher-Price brands.

BRIEF-Mattel expands presence in South Korea

* Has finalized strategic relationships with Choirock Contents Factory Co Ltd and Sonokong Co Ltd

BRIEF-Mattel files for potential notes offering

* Files for potential notes offering; size not disclosed - SEC filing Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom: +1-646-223-8780)

Mattel beats sales estimates as Barbie makes a comeback

Mattel Inc , the largest U.S. toymaker, reported better-than-expected quarterly sales as a makeover of its Barbie dolls revived demand for the 57-year-old brand that has struggled in recent years.

UPDATE 2-Mattel beats sales estimates as Barbie makes a comeback

* Shares up 5.4 pct after hours (Adds background, executive comments)

BRIEF-Mattel Inc Q2 loss per share $0.06

* Q2 loss per share $0.06, Q2 adjusted loss per share $0.02, Q2 net sales $957.3 million versus $988.2 million last year

Mattel beats sales estimates as Barbie makes a comeback

July 20 Mattel Inc, the largest U.S. toymaker, reported better-than-expected quarterly sales, driven by strong demand for its flagship Barbie dolls.

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