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More Chinese students studying abroad return to China

by Jennifer Pak Aug 27, 2019
In 2017 and 2018 some one million students studying abroad returned to China.
Prince Jiang left his life in Indiana to become the first certified Lego professional builder in mainland China.
Courtesy of Prince Jiang

Lego fans help keep tabs on counterfeits

by Vishala Sri-Pathma May 16, 2019
Private investigators and sales teams can only do so much, says Lego's China vice president.
Mascot Jinbao made of Lego bricks is on display on day three of the China International Import Expo at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai, China.
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Bang for your brick: behind Lego’s thriving secondary market

by Justin Ho Mar 4, 2019
Lego fans and investors maintain a robust, independent online market for rare and valuable pieces.
At age 15, Kaleb Johnson sold some of his Harry Potter-branded Legos, which included a similar Mad-Eye Moody figurine. That sale netted him $2,000.
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How to be a Lego designer

by Eliza Mills and Tony Wagner Jun 29, 2018
The company's vice president of design left fashion for his "ultimate childhood dream" of working with the plastic bricks.
Husband and wife Annie and Ed Diment put the final bricks in place on their 400,000-piece "Ice Age" display at a Lego exhibition in London in 2015. The woolly mammoth took nine weeks to build.
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'Lego Batman' producer wants to make everything awesome (again)

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Feb 9, 2017
Dan Lin says this time, there's more pressure to build a successful franchise.
Dan Lin, producer of "The Lego Batman Movie,"
Courtesy of Warner Bros.

Lego sales flatten out, but everything is still awesome

by Adam Allington Sep 7, 2016
The brickmaker puts the brakes on growth after global demand outstrips supply.
Toys are a fickle industry — here today, gone tomorrow, but Lego seems to have cracked the code.
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Lego announces new designs...or lack thereof

by David Brancaccio Nov 3, 2015
No, there won't be a Golden Girls set.

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Lego's tiny bricks are bringing in huge profits

by Tony Wagner Sep 2, 2015
A decade ago they were close to bankrupt. Now, everything is awesome.

Greenpeace used Legos to attack Shell. And won.

by Dan Weissmann Oct 9, 2014
Shell-branded Lego toys are not much longer for toy store shelves.

The numbers for October 9, 2014

by Tony Wagner Oct 9, 2014
The JPMorgan breach might include more banks: Here's what we're reading Thursday.