Jill E. Barad's House (Former)

Jill Barad, the former CEO joined Mattel in 1981 and then moved up the ranks at the El Segundo-based toy giant. She held the top post for three years, leaving in 2000, and is credited with re-establishing the Barbie doll as an American icon.

By changing Barbie’s image from sex symbol to professional woman, Barad increased sales of the doll from $200 million to $1.9 billion – 35 percent of Mattel’s revenue – according to Business Week.
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@ 2013-02-24 10:27:10
Sold for $10.2M to Indonesian businessman Soetjahjono Winarko, a member of the Sampoerna family. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sampoerna