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The former head of Deus Ex: Human Revolution developer Eidos Montreal has resigned.
Nintendo’s global president Saturo Iwata is taking on a second job – CEO of Nintendo of America.
The UK’s leading supermarket Tesco has named Charlotte Harrington as its new home entertainment and books boss.
Around 60 staff at HMV have just been told that they have lost their jobs.
Zynga lost yet another executive today with the departure of Brian Reynolds.
Industry verteran Scott Henson has been named as the new head of operations at Fable studio Lionhead.
Ubisoft has announced that Mark Slaughter has assumed the role of head of marketing at its UK office.
The president and CEO of Japanese developer Cave has resigned his position.
Former senior category manager for GAME Andy Pinder is to join HMV as its games category manager next month.
Craig Thirkell is Asda’s new games buying manager.
Ubisoft is looking for a new marketing boss, following Murray Pannell's decision to seek a new challenge.
System 3 boss and industry veteran Mark Cale explains why PS Vita has the potential to be an iPad-beater and what Sony could do to help the handheld prosper in ...
Publisher Tecmo Koei has flown in an exec from its Japan HQ to run the UK office.
Xbox design manager Don Coyner has been replaced as the lead for Microsoft's next-gen console, according to reports.
Jo Bartlett has been named as the new head of UK communications at Nintendo.
The man responsible for getting more games on Facebook wants it to start hosting core crowd pleasers like shooters and footy sims.
Phil Frazier, the longstanding executive producer for the Madden series, has parted ways with Electronic Arts.
Sarah Kaye has been waiting to take the games hot seat at Tesco for over six months. She was recruited from Activision in June last year to eventually succeed former ...
Sarah Kaye will be Tesco’s new senior buying manager for video games, the retailer has announced.
The person credited with driving Tesco's recent multi-channel success, Laura Wade-Gery, has been poached by High Street rival Marks & Spencer.
Scott Henson, the new studio manager of Microsoft owned developer Rare, has told MCV that he expects the studio to work exclusively on Kinect-compatible software going forwards.
Microsoft has revealed that experienced company man Scott Henson has become the new studio manager of owned UK developer Rare.
Publisher Sega has admitted that it has in the past been over-enthusiastic with its forecasting, resulting the perception that its titles have failed to deliver as expected.