Entries in 'losses' (169)
Sony’s PlayStation division has reported an ¥800m operating loss (£5m) for the quarter ending September.
Social gaming powerhouse Gree has revealed plans to offload 11 per cent of its 1,762-person strong global workforce.
A catastrophic loss of nearly $1bn has forced Blackberry – formerly RIM – to announce the axing of 4,500 jobs.
Sony will not suffer financially in an effort to get PS4 out of the door, it has vowed.
The sacked former members of Zynga’s now-defunct New York office have admitted they were not surprised by yesterday’s news.
Defiance developer Trion Worlds has been hit by a "massive" round of layoffs.
Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two has reported a drop in losses for the year ending March 2013.
Perhaps this explains why Disney decided to ditch LucasArts?
Publisher EA has confirmed an “an organisational restructure” that is feared to have led to hundreds of job losses.
As predicted by analysts, Nintendo has failed to return to profitability and posted its second successive annual loss.
Square Enix president Yoichi Wada is stepping down.
The Pioneer Trail developer and Baltimore-based studio Zynga East has closed its doors.
Half-Life developer and Steam owner Valve last night laid off around 25 staff, chief amongst them being director of business development Jason Holtman.
CityVille 2, The Friend Game and Party Place are to close despite having only launched in the last quarter.
Square Enix has reported a net loss for the nine months ending December 31st.
Around 60 staff at HMV have just been told that they have lost their jobs.
In a surprise move, Gameloft has shut down its Hyderabad studio, resulting in a loss of around 200 jobs.
Zumba Fitness publisher Majesco has reportedly laid off a significant number of staff at its European HQ in Brompton.
The console sector is at a crossroads, and a look at the numbers behind Xbox 360 and PS3 make for uncomfortable reading.
14 staff have lost their jobs at David Braben’s Frontier Developments.
Around 40 jobs have been lost at Trion Worlds.
UK developer Eurocom is to announce “wide-ranging redundancies” today, a report has claimed.
In the latest chapter of the on-going Comet administration process, the firm has confirmed that 735 additional employees have been made redundant.
A loss of nearly $53m for the last quarter means that Zynga has now posted total losses of nearly $161m over the last nine months.