ROBERT A. ECKERT
Chairman and CEO of Mattel Inc. since 2000. When he joined the company, its stock price fell severely. Mattel was losing millions from its acquisition of the Learning Company, so Eckert sold it and took additional actions to cut Mattel's expenses. He succeeded in adding over a $100 million to the company's net income in his first three years as leader and increasing its stock price. For his accomplishments, Business Week named Eckert one of its Top 25 Managers of the Year in 2002.
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