Hasbro (HAS) posted second-quarter earnings before the open on Monday. The gaming and toy maker posted earnings of $0.41 a share, two cents better than expected on sales of $879 million, which also beat forecasts. On Monday's call with analysts, Hasbro's CEO Brian Goldner said Hasbro has managed to boost sales across its four key business segments: toys, games, digital gaming and consumer products. But, there are some concerns about toy inventory levels. Shares of Hasbro are up 27 percent since the beginning of the year.
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