Entries in 'loss' (54)
“Various strategic reforms” are on the way for Square Enix after the company confirmed a year of losses for the 12 months ending March 2013.
Perhaps this explains why Disney decided to ditch LucasArts?
As predicted by analysts, Nintendo has failed to return to profitability and posted its second successive annual loss.
Square Enix has reported a net loss for the nine months ending December 31st.
The price of the Wii U will not be cut by Nintendo in the near future.
The console sector is at a crossroads, and a look at the numbers behind Xbox 360 and PS3 make for uncomfortable reading.
Nintendo might be selling Wii U hardware at a loss, but each sale should still result in a profit for the platform holder.
The Interactive business was notable in Disney’s recent financials for being the company’s only unit to fail to post a profit.
Having expected to break even for the six months ending September 2012, publisher Square Enix now predicts a ¥5.4bn loss for the period.
Some may have been surprised at the Wii U’s relatively high launch price, but Nintendo will still be selling the hardware at a loss.
Japanese publisher Square Enix believes it is on track to see an increase in both net sales and net income for the current financial year.
Sony's games division has posted a $45m (£28.9m) operating loss for the quarter ending June 30th.
Retail giant Toys R Us posted a $60m loss for its financial quarter ending April 28th, 2012.
Japanese electronics giant Sony has reported a ¥456.7bn (£3.5bn) loss for the year ended March 31st 2012.
3DS and Wii platform holder Nintendo has reported a ¥37,320m (£284m) loss for the year ended March 31st 2012.
Nokia’s first stab at reversing its torrid fortunes appears not to have taken off.
PlayStation has been given the full backing of Sony CEO Kaz Hirai today as the executive outlined a plan to reverse Sony’s sliding fortunes.
Sega is expecting a loss of £54m (¥7.1bn) as it restructures its US and European operations.
The consequence of GAME not stocking Mass Effect 3 could be £2m of lost profit and a £6-7m drop in revenue, one analyst has predicted.
Take-Two has reported a 65 per cent drop in profit to $14.2m for its fiscal Q3 ending December 31st 2011.
Having previously predicted that it would post a small profit for the year ending March 31st, Nintendo has now said it expects to make a loss following a ...
Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two has reported a drop in revenues and increased losses for the quarter ending September 30th.
Paris headquartered publisher Ubisoft has reported a £32m loss for the first half of the financial year, despite preventative measures to curb expenditure.
Japanese gaming giant Sega Sammy Holdings has reported a fall in both revenue and profit for the six months ending September 30th.
Publisher EA has published higher than anticipated sales numbers for its financial Q2 ending September 30th 2012.