These images are interesting as it shows what Matty's mindset and the toy industry focus is these days. As another anon pointed out, there's no He-Man, even with the rumored movie in production. There's also no WWE or Jurassic Park despite these lines selling very well. However, there are dead lines shown, such as MH and Enchantimals. There's also lines nobody cares about that will be gone within a year. Most notably Poparoos and Lil' Gleemers.
So why is that? The answer is in the headline. "One of the strongest portfolios of children's & family entertainment franchises in the world." Matty is focusing on their very young children & soccer mom approved lines for their PR. That's why slightly edgy, aggressive (But good selling) lines like JP and WWE are not on these pictures. Mattel is focusing on their strengths, not weaknesses. Hasbro has the boy's market covered with SW, Marvel, TF, Nerf, etc. Mattel has a HUGE impact in the girl's market with Barbie alone. They're also strong with the young toys market with Fisher-Price, Imaginext, Little People, etc. When presenting to investors & stock holders, they're not going to show their failures, such as the loss of the DC & Disney Princess license. They're going to show what they're good at.
INB4 >"Why is MH shown in those pictures when it's a dead line?"
MH was Mattel's biggest non-licensed IP hit since He-Man in 80's. The mega money it made is still fresh in the minds of investors. The MH goldmine may be exhausted, but it was definitely not a failure. Again, they're focusing on their strengths, which includes coming up with legacy toylines.