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In his "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer again welcomed Brian Goldner, chairman and CEO at toymaker Hasbro (HAS) , which today beat on earnings, but with a sizable revenue shortfall that originally spooked investors. After the company's conference call however, shares closed up 8.8% on an otherwise down day.
Goldner had many positive things to say about his business, including strong growth in their franchise brands and also in gaming. Hasbro's entertainment licensing continues to be strong as well.
Goldner was most excited for his company's partner products, which include deals with Marvell, Star Wars, Transformers and more. The movie schedule is packed this year and Hasbro will have toys and merchandise ready for all of them.
There was even some excitement surrounding Monopoly, the classic board game that is constantly being reinvented. Goldner said Monopoly fans can look forward to a special "cheater's edition" coming later this year.
Cramer said he continues to be a big fan of Hasbro.
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