Our Financial History section is provided to assist investors, including financial analysts, portfolio managers and interested debt and equity holders, to better understand Mattel's financial results. A thorough review of the company should include a review of its Annual Report to Stockholders and Forms 10-Q and 10-K filed with the SEC.
Beginning 2004, Mattel will no longer provide the Pro Forma impact of charges on its results. For your historical reference, Pro Forma financial information for the years 2000-2003 is presented to facilitate year-to-year and period-to-period comparisons. The Pro Forma financial information presented includes only results from continuing operations before charges. Charges include such items as restructuring, non-recurring, and special charges, as well as extraordinary items. The results of the consumer software segment are classified as a discontinued operation and are not reported as part of income from continuing operations. Additionally, Pro Forma results for years 2001 and prior have been adjusted to remove goodwill amortization and its related tax effect. The presentation of Pro Forma financial information varies from company to company. Pro Forma financial information is not intended to be, and should not be viewed as, an alternative or substitute for GAAP financial results filed with the SEC.
|Quarterly Trends 2011-2013||142 KB|
|Annual Trends 2011-2012||99 KB|
|Quarterly Trends 2009-2011||92 KB|
|Annual Trends 2006-2011||131 KB|
|Annual Trends 2000-2005||103 KB|
|Pro Forma Financial History 2000-2003||Excel|
|Pro Forma Annual Trends||76 KB|
|Pro Forma Quarterly Trends||123 KB|
|Reconciliation of GAAP to Pro Forma||139 KB|