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[TLLDA] Is 3D Printing For Real?
7-23-14 Hasbro thinks so. Home Depot thinks so. Beanstalk's Michael Stone and Global Toy Experts' Richard Gottlieb think so. Here are . . . more >
[TLLDA] It's All In The Merchandising
7-23-14 Hard to tell whether Christian Louboutin's new nail polish is a license or some other business relationship, but a href="http . . . more >
[TLLDA] Who's News
7-11-14   Divinia Knowles, COO at Mind Candy, assumes the role of president at the company while the board searches fo . . . more >
[TLLDA] Food On the Go
7-11-14   Ford's Garage, a 1920s service station-themed, three-location burger and craft beer restaurant group in Fort Myers . . . more >
[TLLDA] Cat Licensing: More Productive than Cat Herding
7-11-14   Which of Friskies' top 20 most influential cats on the Internet have licensing programs? Friskies' monthly list ( . . . more >
[TLLDA] More Crumbs
7-10-14   Pelican Bay's Crumbs-branded cupcake mixes at Target aren't the only licensed manifestation of the struggling Cru . . . more >
[TLLDA] Global Market For Licensed Merchandise Based on Trademarks/Brands Rose 4.2% In 2013
7-10-14   The U.S. and Canada accounted for 78.0% of the worldwide market for licensed merchandise based on corporate trade . . . more >
[TLLDA] Manchester United Runs With Adidas
7-9-14   Adidas has reportedly offered to pay more than $100 million per year for 10 years for rights to sponsor Manchester . . . more >
[TLLDA] Licensing Licensed Characters
7-9-14   The Times Square Alliance, a non-profit business improvement group, counted nine Elmos; seven each Hello Kittys an . . . more >
[TLLDA] Who's News
7-8-14   Nick McWhorter is promoted to VP Media Licensing at Dark Horse. McWhorter is in his 10th year at the company and w . . . more >
[TLLDA] John 'Duke' Wayne Takes A Different Shot
7-8-14   John Wayne Enterprises is seeking a declaratory judgment in a federal court in the Central District of California . . . more >
[TLLDA] Who's News
7-7-14   Sunny Lee joins Studio 100 International as Licensing Manager for Asian Pacific territories. Lee was previously at . . . more >
[TLLDA] Content Licensing: Librarians Need to Move 'Beyond Licensing and Access'
7-7-14   Think libraries are dead in the digital age? Think again. Over 18,000 people attended the American Library Associa . . . more >
[TLLDA] Preschool Properties Vie for Attention
7-7-14   Sprout, Hulu, Nickelodeon, Scholastic, and DreamWorks Animation are just a few of the preschool programmers . . . more >
[TLLDA] Yes, Virginia, People DO Care About Licensing
7-2-14   This is an  . . . more >
[TLLDA] Howard Scores, Even If Team USA Doesn't
7-2-14   A Google search of "Tim Howard merchandise" brings up plenty of results, not all related to the Team USA goalie w . . . more >
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