Entries in 'shares' (16)
Media giant Vivendi has sold the remainder of its financial interest in publisher Activision Blizzard.
Gfinity held an accelerated sale of £1m in shares this week after the eSports company's first public financial report detailed losses of £3.6m up to June 30.
Take-Two has beaten its quarterly revenue expectations by almost $50m, as revealed during its latest financials.
The CEO of Ubisoft has vowed that the company will remain independent.
This morning's announcement that UK retailer GAME Digital were to acquire events organiser Multiplay for £20m came as a shock for more than a few reasons.
Markets may regard retail flotations as a risk, but GAME’s early success on the stock exchange prove that they can prove very successful
French media giant Vivendi is to sell-off more of its investment in Activision Blizzard.
We’re used to retailers giving away free store credit, but virtual shares? That’s a new one.
UK retailer GAME has finally confirmed what has been on the cards for months – it’s going to float itself on the stock exchange.
David Braben is to sell up to 1.6m shares in Frontier Developments following the buyout of an IT firm which holds the rights to the Elite franchise he co-created.
PlayStation platform holder Sony has sold off the 9.5m shares it held in Square Enix.
Having seen $10bn wiped off its value yesterday, Facebook has again got off to a troubled start on the markets today.
It was a rough day on the markets for casual games maker King yesterday.
Media group Future has seen its share price tumble following its recent profits warning.
US investor Carl Icahn is no longer involved with Take-Two after the publisher bought out the outspoken exec’s share interest.
Publisher Activision Blizzard is free of its former parent Vivendi.