Chief executive Richard Ames leaves after a stock market crash sees the toy-train maker’s shares plunge to an all-time low
VTech was hacked in December leading to breach of personal data and ‘pictures of kids’
'This move by Lego is massive in terms of ending cultural marginalisation; it will speak volumes to children, disabled or otherwise, the world over'
Launched in the 1970s, relaunched in the 1990s, Stretch will return once more to shops this summer
Some 20% of parents are returning gifts before Christmas Day after locating the same item for a more competitive price elsewhere.
Campaigners are calling on retailers to drop gender-targeted marketing
The fake products are drastically cheaper
Let their imaginations run wild with these inventive amusements
The British toy industry is hoping for a record year with Frozen and Minions films as well as computer game Minecraft boosting sales
Let's not pretend that it's the height of progressiveness to boldly proclaim that GIRLS ARE PEOPLE TOO - but the new and radically different Barbie adverts are a step in the right direction
Barbie's battles with feminism aren't over yet
Judge rules that tycoon’s ‘endless acts of charitable kindness’ should ‘trump’ his $25m tax evasion
Shock profit warning sent shares crashing more than 30 per cent
Judging by the national mood, I would urge David Cameron to go to the polls now; the mood is good out there