Entries in 'stock' (110)
Secret World developer Funcom was suspended from the Oslo Stock Exchange at 9am today.
High levels of corporate debt have been cited as the reason behind credit ratings agency Moody’s decision to downgrade its Sony stock rating status to ‘junk’.
18 per cent was wiped off the value of Nintendo o the Tokyo Stock Exchange following last week’s turbulence.
200 launch day Xbox One units will be made available to GAME customers tomorrow.
Yes, there’s still a chance that you can get hold of an Xbox One on launch day.
SCEA president Jack Tretton has described PS4 production yields as “incredible”.
The markets have reacted negatively to Nintendo’s efforts to rejuvenate its hardware offer.
Microsoft could win the first round of the next-gen battle through raw numbers, one analyst has claimed.
Sony will not delay the launch of the PS4 in Europe, a new report has claimed.
Has ShopTo become the first online retailer to be called out for early shipping?
Leading UK publishers will meet HMV this week with one clear message: Don’t give up on games.
Surprise chart hit Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch should be back on retail shelves later this week.
Gem is offering independent retailers discounts on some of the Xbox 360's most popular titles.
Supermarket giant Asda wants to double the number of music, videos and games it sells online.
Troubled publisher THQ has finally seen some positive movement on the stock market following the success of its recent Humble Bundle.
The numbers don’t lie, but sometimes they do need to be considered in a wider context.
Apple has announced some impressive numbers for its two newest iPad SKUs over the weekend.
On face value, a shortage of day one Wii U stock will be frustrating to all retailers and publishers hoping for a smooth launch day and plenty of hardware and ...
Wii U stock will be in short supply on day one, Nintendo has admitted.
JP Morgan analyst Doug Anmuth has effectively labelled social gaming firm Zynga as “worthless”.
Apple’s shiny new iPhone 5 has sold 5m units since its launch on Friday September 21st.
The discounting that ‘blighted’ the launch of 3DS at UK retail will likely be avoided for Wii U.
It was good while it lasted.
EA president John Riccitiello is worried he is at risk of losing his job over the publisher’s falling stock, according to US analyst Michael Pachter.
The Japanese stock market has reacted badly to Nintendo’s E3 presentation, with stock in the company falling 2.68 per cent since trading opened today.