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Sitting on Santa’s knee  will be out this year for so many obvious reasons. Photograph: iStock

It is easy to get caught up in the madness of crowds. This page found itself in a toy shop exactly a week ago after hearing reports of parents panic-b(...)

SuperAwesome founder and chief executive Dylan Collins: Photograph: ‘We’re proud and excited to be working together.’ File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

SuperAwesome, the “kidtech” company established by Irish entrepreneur Dylan Collins, has been acquired in a multimillion dollar deal by Epic, the game(...)

Lego has invested significantly in its product portfolio, ecommerce and its brand. Photograph: iStock

Lego overcame the twin challenges of coronavirus lockdowns and the general gloom in the toy industry to record increases in both sales and profits in (...)

Children are estimated to account for 40 per cent of all new internet users.

SuperAwesome, the “kid tech” company established by Irish entrepreneur Dylan Collins, has agreed a partnership with the world’s biggest advertising co(...)

Marketing investment: brands that continue to invest in advertising during this crisis should focus on long-term brand building. PHOTOGRAPH: GETTY

The coronavirus emergency poses an unprecedented set of challenges for businesses. As marketers, it is difficult to know how best to respond: do we cu(...)

Photograph: iStock

The fund manager overseeing the fortune of the Lego billionaires says equity markets remain too volatile to justify any bargain hunting. “This is not(...)

A Lego version of Welsh footballer Gareth Bale created to mark Welsh festival St David’s Day last month. Photograph: PA

Lego bucked the gloomy trend in the toy industry as the Danish maker of bright plastic bricks reported record sales and a rise in profits. The world’(...)

M12’s backing of SuperAwesome comes as concern over children’s privacy is growing and as authorities look to increase regulations to protect young people online

SuperAwesome, the London-based “kid tech” company established by Irish tech entrepreneur Dylan Collins, has confirmed that Microsoft has taken a stake(...)

Lego is looking at whether it could offer a rental service to fans of its brightly coloured plastic building bricks  as consumers press for more environmentally friendly products. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Lego is looking at whether it could offer a rental service to fans of its brightly coloured plastic building bricks, in a sign of how traditional busi(...)

 The construction site of Royal Dutch Shell’s new plant, which  will produce more than a million tons of plastic, in the form of tiny pellets. Many in the Pittsburgh area see it as an economic engine, but others worry about the long-term harm. Photograph: The New York Times

The 386-acre property looks like a giant Lego set rising from the banks of the Ohio River. It is one of the largest active construction projects in th(...)

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