NEW YORK -- When it comes to investing in licensed properties this season, supermarket buyers will tread cautiously on rather uncertain ground. This follows a less than stellar preview of licensed goods presented at this year's International Toy Fair, held here last month. No single license dominated the annual convention and many of the highest-profile licenses were ongoing properties rather than new introductions. At the same time, toy and other product marketers offered fewer ...

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