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Video game publisher Take-Two Interactive Software postponed its annual meeting until March 29 in order to provide it with time to evaluate strategies proposed by a shareholder group and other options, including a potential sale.
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Video game maker Take-Two Interactive Software, publisher of the "Grand Theft Auto" video games, said Monday its first-quarter loss narrowed from last year, but business continues to be pinched as gamers transition to next-generation gaming platforms.
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Several investors of Take-Two Interactive Software are seeking the power to replace CEO Paul Eibeler and review Chief Financial Officer Karl Winters' employment status, they said in a filing on Wednesday, sending the company's shares up 16%.
Dozens of companies are being investigated for backdating stock options to the days that followed the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, and profiting on the back of the equity-market slump that resulted, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Federal prosecutors are strongly considering criminal charges against former executives of Broadcom., Apple, and KLA-Tencor, related to the backdating of stock options, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the situation.
A former senior vice president of the company that runs the Monster job search Web site pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy and fraud charges.
Ryan Brant, the former chief executive of video game publisher Take-Two Interactive Software, pleaded guilty to criminal charges related to backdating of stock options.