GameStop shares dropped by more than eight percent today following Sony's announcement of the PlayStation Now streaming service. Announced today at CES and set to launch this summer, PlayStation Now is a streaming service …
Shares of GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) fell 13.6% Friday after the video game retailer followed mixed fiscal-fourth-quarter 2016 results with disappointing forward guidance. GameStop's quarterly revenue fell 13.6% year over year, to …
Isn’t it a bummer when you walk into GameStop to purchase a newly released game you really want to play but end up with nothing because the salesperson tells you it’s not in stock? Apparently, there is now a real explanation why some …
video game retailer GameStop has said it expects supply shortages until at least 2018. The retailer's COO Tony Bartel explained during the company's Q4 earnings call that they are struggling to keep stock on the shelves. "There's …
Its stock has plummeted more than 31% over the past year. Related: Rise of Amazon leaves even more retailers in intensive care On Thursday, the company said its overall sales fell 13.6% last quarter compared to a year prior. At the …
The stock dropped into triangle support in a straight line following ... raising the odds that the downtrend will gather steam in coming weeks. GameStop shares sold off to $20 in November 2016 and tested that level twice into August 2017, …
Microsoft announced today that it is introducing a new premium membership program for Xbox One that will give players instant access to scores of digital games, and Wall Street is viewing that move as somewhat hostile toward one of the …
Microsoft announced a new subscription program that will give access to a significant portion of its back catalog, and Wall Street apparently took it as a bad omen for brick-and-mortar retailer GameStop. GameStop’s stock price dropped …
But that $60 doesn’t leave very much margin for GameStop, or any other retailer; the price a publisher is charging stores to be able to stock those big-budget games is fairly high. That means companies that sell blockbuster video games …