(Look. I'm now a member of Amazon associates.)
Jamie Fristrom invents a new game that's a cross between Rummikub and Scrabble.
"Hasbro's biggest investor sold most of its holdings in the world's second-largest toymaker amid declining sales." And the first largest is ...
Hasbro is losing sales because its main product lines are all based around toys and games that sell after hit movies come out. Amazing how that works, isn't it.
That means that theme is king in the American toy and game market. What happens to this business model if we believe Chris Anderson that the days of the mega-hit are coming to an end?