The end of the world has arrived.
The day has arrived for Lego, which has been struggling with a loss in revenue for two years and its stock down more than 50% over the last six months.
In an interview with Bloomberg, the company’s chairman, Jim Ryan, said it would be a tough decision to close its doors.
But Ryan added that Lego is determined to stay.
“We’ve got a vision for what Lego should be,” he said.
“The vision is not just to make toys but to build a company that can build anything.”
In fact, Lego is building a new generation of products that have much higher prices and a much higher risk of failure.
Lego is one of the biggest names in the Lego world and is best known for its toys such as Legos, which have become a big part of the modern American household.
But Lego has been losing money for years.
Last year, Lego’s revenue was $539 million.
The company is on track to make $872 million this year, according to analysts at IHS Markit.
The problem is, the business is in a tough spot.
Lego’s market share is in decline.
And that’s not good news for the company, which is in the middle of a global crisis.
Lego has struggled to grow its product line over the past few years, which it blames on consumers buying more expensive, larger toys.
In the U.S., the company has struggled, with the average Lego sales down about 15% since 2010.
Lego also has struggled with its brand, which was tarnished by the scandal surrounding the company.
Lego lost nearly a quarter of its value between 2008 and 2014, according the research firm J.D. Power.
It also lost a significant amount of money in 2016.
The brand is now at a crossroads.
“This is going to be a very difficult year for Lego,” said Robert Kavcic, an analyst at Ivesons Global Retail Research.
“I don’t think it can recover.”
The Lego name and iconic toy brand have long been at the center of a national debate about whether the company should be allowed to operate in the U, where it has long been popular, or abroad, where its profits have been stifled.
Lego was founded in 2005 by four Dutch men.
The first two generations of the company were named after two of its founders, Jan and Paul, and the third was named after Lego’s cofounder, Theo van Gogh.
Lego bought the Lego name in 2006 and sold it in 2011.
But the company had been struggling to find a buyer.
The deal fell through and the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2015.
Its stock has plummeted by nearly half since then.
In 2016, Lego filed for bankruptcy protection again.
In 2018, it filed for a Chapter 11 protection, but that was quickly put on hold.
Then, in 2019, the U:Lego deal was struck.
The U:lego deal had already been done in a deal that included Lego buying up shares of rival toy maker Mattel, which had a much larger presence in the toy market.
In 2017, Mattel acquired Mattel for $2.2 billion, putting Lego in a much better position to sell its Lego brand and buy Mattel stock.
But that deal also included a long-standing dispute with Lego, where the company was unhappy that the company didn’t get its way when it tried to take over the company that had been founded by the original four founders.
In a lawsuit filed in February 2018, Lego said that Mattel “fought aggressively to buy up all of the Lego brand’s market power in order to make Lego’s products the top sellers in the marketplace, which resulted in Lego losing market share and increasing its debt burden.”
In December 2018, the court approved a $1.4 billion settlement, which also included the purchase of Mattel.
But Mattel filed a separate lawsuit in March 2019 that said Lego had violated the settlement by failing to give it enough information about its interest in Mattel before it entered into the Mattel deal.
The dispute over the Matt, Lego, and Mattel deals continued into 2018, and Lego lost its case in September 2018.
In October, Mattleel filed its own lawsuit against Lego and Matteleel.
That suit is still pending.
The legal battles are continuing and, according a source familiar with the situation, Lego has not yet decided whether to file for bankruptcy.
Lego CEO Jim Ryan said he expected Lego to be the first company to file to file.
But he added that he expects Lego to have a much tougher time than Mattel in trying to win over investors, who are not accustomed to seeing companies succeed after being bought by another company.
“Lego has always been very, very cautious about taking chances and taking risks in the long run,” Ryan said in an interview.
“It has to do it all over