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One of the world's biggest games companies is set to buy back its independence from owner Vivendi.
Activision Blizzard CEO Robert Kotick has had his compensation increased eight fold to $64.9m last year, according to Bloomberg.
Activision has seen its revenues fall, down from $1.15bn in 2011 to £1.08bn in 2012, for the quarter ending June 30th, 2012.
The Coca-Cola Company has appointed Activision CEO Bobby Kotick to its Board of Directors.
Bobby Kotick may have his doubts, but analysts are confident that Star Wars: The Old Republic is on course to attract millions of subscribers.
John Riccitiello is confident his company has “got Kotick’s goat” with Battlefield 3.
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick is considering purchasing a controlling stake of the struggling social network MySpace, according to reports.
Activision CEO Bobby Kotick has given brick-and-mortar retail a shining endorsement as having a “crucially important” role in the future of games.
Activision CEO Bobby Kotick has cast doubts over recent video demonstrations of rival project Battlefield 3.
Publisher EA has retaliated in the war of words that was reignited by Activision boss Bobby Kotick yesterday.
There’s no other exec who provokes quite the same reaction on the pages of MCVuk.com as Activision’s Bobby Kotick. As the head of the most powerful publisher in the world, ...
It’s one of the better known supposed ‘facts’ about Bobby Kotick – he doesn’t like games. But the Activision boss has come out and denied the claims, saying that being ...
Are you on the lookout for a man that says what he thinks and doesn’t mind risking upsetting people? Well here he is – Bobby Kotick is at it again.
As the boss of a huge publishing empire, Bobby Kotick simply doesn’t have the time to play games – that’s according to an official statement made by Activision in light ...
This is starting to become a bit of a habit. Activision boss Bobby Kotick has decided to flex his corporate biceps once again by claiming that if the games industry ...
It’s the home of powerhouse console franchises such as Call of Duty, Guitar Hero, Tony Hawk, Quake, Doom, James Bond, X-Men, Spider-Man and Transformers and enjoys a key partnership with ...
Activision has beaten analyst expectations in its first quarter, posting significant rises in sales and profits.
The Call Of Duty series has surpassed 55 million unit sales to date worldwide, taking a whopping $3 billion in retail sales in the process.
Giant publisher Activision has defended its decision to slap a £55 RRP on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, insisting the game justifies the price tag.
Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer has labeled recent threats from Activision Blizzard boss Bobby Kotick as “noise”.