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The company was founded in 1988 when the co-founders left corporate careers to start their own company. They have stated that because three of their four parents were educators, they were drawn to doing something involving children. The company sponsors an entrepreneurship program with Duke University, of which the Bernsteins are alumni themselves, providing mentors throughout the year and funding. According to the website, Melissa and Doug Bernstein assist students of the program personally. 1,386 on November 15, 2012, by the U. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for not completing employment forms for all of its employees.

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It has been reported that the company has about 1,000 employees worldwide, including some in China. A 2013 profile on the company reported that the company has had double digit growth every year. In a 2016 Good Morning America profile, Melissa Bernstein shared her belief that through imaginary play, kids explore, create, take risks, and discover who they really are. Doug philosophy matches the American Academy of Pediatrics’ recommendation that parents limit screen time for young children.