Entries in 'shares' (69)
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.
French media giant Vivendi could once again be preparing to try and sell its interest in Activision.
EA Sports executive vice president Andrew Wilson has sold more than $687k worth of company shares – a move apparently prompted by the publisher’s recent stock market rise.
Japanese telco SoftBank has announced its attention to significantly increase its stake in mobile gaming site GungHo.
Retailer HMV has filed notice to appoint administrators.
Shares in global video games retailer GameStop fell seven per cent on news that Sony may be moving to block pre-owned games on the PS4.
The share prices of Sainsbsury’s and Morrisons have fallen amidst predictions that the pair will report disappointing Christmas trading results later this month.
Troubled publisher THQ has finally seen some positive movement on the stock market following the success of its recent Humble Bundle.
Shares in tech giant Apple have slid 20 per cent since the launch of the iPhone 5 in September.
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.
Lawyers have announced an investigation into Zynga’s share dealings.
Resurgent publisher THQ has successfully fended off the threat of being delisted from the American NASDAQ stock exchange.
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.
Sony Corporation’s share price has fallen to its lowest position in a generation in both Japan and the United States.
The Financial Services Authority has delisted shares of GAME from the stock market this morning.
Shareholders holding out hope that they might yet recoup the value of their losses have received some bad news this afternoon.
The value of GAME’s assets needs to be reassessed to ensure that shareholders receive a rightful return on their investment, Blueshore Global has told MCV.
World financial giant Goldman Sachs has become the latest company to swoop for stock in The GAME Group.