Lego's new girl series causes jump in profits

Lego's new girl series causes jump in profits

Copenhagen : Denmark | Aug 31, 2012 at 1:07 AM PDT
Source: The Bellingham Herald
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Net profit rose to 2 billion kroner ($336 million), from 1.48 billion kroner the same period last year. The family-owned company says sales rose 24 percent to 9.1 billion kroner. Friends sets as expected during the first six months of the year. Chief Executive Joergen Vig Knudstorp said Friday that... FULL ARTICLE AT The Bellingham Herald
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