A child plays with a fidget spinner. Catherine Hettinger invented what would become the wildly popular toy back in the 1980s — but because she couldn’t renew her patent in 2005, she isn’t making a dime today.
A child plays with a fidget spinner. Catherine Hettinger invented what would become the wildly popular toy back in the 1980s — but because she couldn’t renew her patent in 2005, she isn’t making a dime today. Ryan Dickey Flickr
A child plays with a fidget spinner. Catherine Hettinger invented what would become the wildly popular toy back in the 1980s — but because she couldn’t renew her patent in 2005, she isn’t making a dime today. Ryan Dickey Flickr

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May 04, 2017 9:25 AM

The woman who invented the fidget spinner isn’t making a dime off their huge profits

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