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While supply chain issues continue to plague businesses, toy companies are feeling the heat as the holidays draw near. Priscilla Thompson talks to the toy company CEO behind Little Tikes, Bratz, and LOL Surprise dolls who is struggling to ensure his products make it to store shelves in time for Christmas.