Entries in 'closures' (47)
Administrator PwC has today closed the doors on 277 of The GAME Group’s 609 UK and Ireland stores, MCV understands.
Ian Shepherd, the CEO of retailer GAME, has resigned from his role.
After two months of worry and rumour, GAME has as of today officially entered administration.
As expected, retailer GAME will this morning enter administration.
Two more national newspapers have reported that The Royal Bank of Scotland is leading a consortium of bidders interested in acquiring The GAME Group.
The new boss of Argos says he has been given a clean sheet from Home Retail Chairman Oliver Stocken to embark upon a brand new strategy for the catalogue retailer.
With THQ Studio Australia in Brisbane is closing its doors, SEGA Studios Australia is now looking at avenues for providing opportunities for former THQ staff.
THQ has shut the doors to two of its Australian studios this week, as well as a development team in Phoenix totalling 200 employees gone.
Comet is to close 17 under-performing retail outlets after being hit with an £8.9 million loss in the last financial year.
It was once billed as a US revolution on the UK High Street, but now big question marks hang over the future of Best Buy in the UK.
Plans to drastically reduce its UK store count are to continue as previously outlined at GAME.
Retailer GAME has this week informed staff members of 19 stores that it intends to close in the coming weeks.
Only 550 GAME and Gamestation outlets will remain on the UK High Street by Christmas 2013, according to GAME Group chairman.
The CEO of Square Enix Europe has braved a number of questions surrounding the publisher’s decision to cut staff at Io Interactive, virtually close a programming department at Beautiful Game ...
The global game industry has been hit by as many as 11,500 job losses since late 2008, a new study suggests.
After twelve years in the game development business, Swedish outfit GRIN has finally buckled under sustained financial pressure and has closed its doors completely.
Two ex-ensemble programmers have together started their own independent development group, Newtoy.
The fate of 3D Realms is in serious doubt as the independent developer – best known for its work on the Duke Nukem series – is reportedly closing its doors ...