Jill E. Barad's House (Former)

Jill E. Barad's House (Former)


Los Angeles, California (CA), US
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.
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

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