CNBC's Seema Mody reports on GameStop after-hours. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
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Earnings are out for GameStop Corp. CNBC's Seema Mody reports the details.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer says GameStop CEO Paul Raines' attempts to diversify the company's stores is not working.
The key to expanding the realm of virtual reality is to let consumers experience it, Sony's Shawn Layden tells CNBC.
CBL & Associates will close the doors at nearly all of its properties until 6 a.m. Black Friday.
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CNBC's Susan Li reports GameStop Corp. quarterly results with revenues missing analyst expectations and same store sales very weak.
CNBC Senior Markets Commentator Mike Santoli explains how the market has imposed a high cost on the owners of "cheap" stocks this year.
"Pokemon Go" mania has attracted plenty of doubters, as seen by the stock's massive jump in short interest over the past two weeks.
Amazon's outperformance is stunning when compared with the retailers its online strategies have been crushing.
Nintendo's viral success Pokémon Go has sent merchandise sales rocketing at GameStop, the CEO said.
GameStop CEO J. Paul Raines, discusses the success of the Pokemon Go app bringing traffic to stores in a normally slower video game season, and how his company plans to profit off it.
GameStop shares popped after Bank of America Merrill Lynch upgraded the video game retailer to buy.
Macquarie's Ben Schachter initiated coverage on GameStop with an outperform rating.
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