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Nintendo's Tiny Licensing Business Could Have a Big Future

Oct, 21 2021

Nintendo's (OTC:NTDOY) stock declined about 30% this year as investors fretted over its post-pandemic slowdown. The Japanese gaming giant's revenue rose 34% in fiscal 2020, which ended this March, as…

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