Lego, the Danish toymaker, said first-half sales rose 23 per cent, helped by growth in Asia. Revenue increased to 14.1 billion kroner (€1.88 billion).(...)

Lego’s sales rose to a record 28.6 billion Danish kroner (€3.8 billion) in 2014. Photograph: Freya Ingrid Morales/Bloomberg

Lego said full-year revenue jumped 13 per cent, outpacing the building-block maker’s competitors, helped by new toys based on The Lego Movie.Sales ros(...)

Emmet and Wyldstyle are rescued by Batman in The Lego Movie: the phenomenal success of the first official Lego film has only added to the hype surrounding the toy manufacturer. Photograph: Warner Bros  via the New York Times

With sales of the colourful plastic bricks rising exponentially around the world and its first movie grossing more than $400 million (€289 mill(...)

The Lego Movie animated film’s strong box office performance is  the capstone on the Danish firm’s decade-long multi-media pursuit of a diversified customer base, including TV shows, video games and online outlets. Image: Warner Bros. Pictures via The New York Times

Lego, the Danish building-block maker featured in a film that’s led US ticket sales for three weekends, said full-year revenue advanced 10 per (...)

Happy Hour is 9 to 5

Research presented in this book claims that almost half of all employees feel that they are not happy at work and Kjerulf shows ways in which these ne(...)

The rising Asian market has inspired Danish toy company Lego to build and operate its own factory in Jiaxing, right in the heart of the Yangt(...)