Mattel is the single biggest toy company in the United States of America, known for the UNO games, Hot Wheels, Barbie dolls, and all Fisher Price toys. They have earned such prestige through the employees’ and management’s constant inventions, revolutions, adaptability and fearlessly remaining on the forefront of toy development. Mattel has shown that perpetual pioneers and irrepressible innovators can grow an empire, equally enduring as any built on formula and tradition.
In a company so large, with output so fast-paced, quality remains remarkably stable. In the few cases where they have failed their consumers—with the use of lead-based paint, wood from endangered forests, toy parts that were ill-attached and small enough children to ingest— the response had been swift to recall, set stricter audits, and streamline investigations and reports as to where the toymaking factories source their products.
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