Activision Blizzard, whose core business revolves around console and PC titles, said late Monday that it had agreed to acquire King in a deal valued at $5.9 billion. Activision will use approximately $3.6 billion of offshore cash on its …
Activision Blizzard Inc shares rose as much as 15.6 percent on Friday after its quarterly results trumped analysts’ expectations, spurring hopes the largest videogames publisher will outperform a bedraggled industry in 2013. The …
Activision reported a $500 million "sell-through" number for "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2." Here's how Activision's stock (ATVI) has moved since the announcement this morning.
Activision Blizzard’s current “owner” is Vivendi who pretty much owns the majority stock in the company. However as of today, Vivendi will be selling off another $850 million worth of stock in the company, leaving them with a remainder of …
With the global e-sports audience expected to be around 500 million by 2020, there is a big opportunity for game companies to use e-sports to reach new audiences and increase engagement with key games. E-sports is not …
Close to 41.5 million Vivendi-owned shares in the video game publisher behind titles such as "Call of Duty" would be put up for sale with a closure date of May 28, Activision said. Activision stock closed at $20.87 on the New York Stock
The deal will make an investor group that includes CEO Bobby Kotick as the largest shareholder. Vivendi might proceed with a plan to sell $5.83 billion in Activision Blizzard stock to the video-game maker and another $2.34 billion in stock
Activision CEO Bobby Kotick led an $8 billion buyout of former parent company Vivendi's stock last year, and today, the resulting court case reached a settlement, according to an Activision press release. Defendants and multiple …
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Trading at roughly 42 times trailing earnings and 30 times this year's expected profits, Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI) doesn't fit the typical value-stock profile. Those earnings multiples mean that the video game publisher is more …
Activision is at an all-time high thanks to the ... with Sugar Rush from the aforementioned "Wreck-It Ralph") once King's stock starts trading. But consoles aren't dead. People still like to shoot stuff and pretend they are professional …