Toy Story 3: Dolly Dramas

Two huge dollmakers square off in a corporate battle

Like cool girls in a middle-school popularity contest, the hippest dolls in the toy store are bickering over clothes, makeup and market share. MGA Entertainment, maker of the trendy Bratz dolls, says its product ideas have been borrowed by its archrival, Mattel, for My Scene Barbies. The company filed a lawsuit this month accusing Mattel of copycatting. The latest round of squabbling comes a year after Barbie's mother ship sued the creator of Bratz for working for MGA while still employed by Mattel and four years after the teenage bad-girl Bratz started strutting down the aisle with their oversize heads, bare...

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