GameStop's stock, meanwhile, has dropped by 2.99 percent according to Fox Business. The senior leadership shakeup raises larger questions about the retailer's role in an industry that's increasingly digitizing.
It's SNES time. That's right, the Super NES Classic Edition is back in stock and ready to be gobbled up at GameStop. As you will know by now, these digital shelf re-stockings don't last very long, so if you got some cash and a need for an SNES Classic ...
Shares of GameStop (NYSE: GME) tumbled on Thursday following the video game retailer's fourth-quarter report. While GameStop posted impressive comparable sales growth and beat analyst estimates across the board, a massive write-off related to its ...
Yahoo Finance · 1mon
Yet they haven’t shrunk much either. Is GameStop selling buggy whips in the age of cars? Maybe, but it will take a while for this business to fade away. And the stock sells for less than four times earnings and offers a dividend yield of about 12 percent.
Omaha · 1mon
Only time will tell if this video game retailer will be going the way of Toys 'R' Us. GameStop is one of the more hated companies in retail and the video games industry. They have a reputation of nickel and diming their customers and the company is one of ...
Shacknews · 1mon