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The following video is part of our daily MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill and advisors Joe Magyer and James Early discuss the day's business and investing news. Mattel bought Hit Entertainment, owner of Thomas the Tank Engine, for $680 million. Does this have anything to do with Hasbro's recent acquisition of the license for Sesame Street?
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