The History Of Hasbro
Kathryn interviews Staff Writer, Providence Journal G. Wayne Miller, author of “Kid Number One: Alan Hassenfeld and Hasbro.” Long before Hasbro was a $5 billion toy company, Alan Hassenfeld’s grandfather and great-uncle were refugees. Miller shares how they went from penniless immigrants to building what became the world’s largest toy company. He’s the co-host and co-producer of the Telly Award-winning weekly national PBS TV and SiriusXM Satellite Radio show, Story in the Public Square.
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