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Electronic Arts is going hostile on rival video-game maker Take Two. What's the best way for you to play this game? Pete Najarian has all your options.
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U.S. video game giant Electronic Arts Sunday said it had made an unsolicited $1.9 billion offer for "Grand Theft Auto" publisher Take-Two Interactive Software, escalating its battle with Activision for the title of biggest video game maker.
Electronic Arts is desperate; and desperate times call for desperate measures. Look no further than the company's multiple bids for Take-Two Interactive, a company with such a checkered financial past, pandering to the lowest common denominator of entertainment, but that apparently commands a 64 percent premium that in Take-Two's estimation still isn't enough.
So we've just learned that Electronic Arts made a $2 billion bid to take over Take-Two last Tuesday. EA went public with the news Sunday after Take Two's board denied the deal. The notion of such a deal probably makes sports gamers cringe, much in the same way that trading card buffs feared Upper Deck's attempts at buying Topps last year
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Take-Two Interactive Software said on Tuesday it cut its quarterly net loss in half, but the publisher of games such as "BioShock" gave an outlook that fell short of Wall Street expectations, and its shares fell 4 percent in after-hours trade.
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It's a big day for video games makers today as Electronic Arts, the single biggest name in the space, and THQ both report after the bell today. But despite a healthy run in EA shares, this might not be the slam-dunk investment you think it is.
Video game publisher Take-Two Interactive Software said after U.S. markets closed Monday that its third-quarter loss narrowed as its provision for income taxes declined sharply.
Take Two (TTWO) reported quarterly earnings after the bell Monday. That combined with the upcoming release of Halo 3 and BioShock makes us think this is a perfect time to turn on the webcam and talk with a young man who is arguably the world’s most successful video gamer.
"Manhunt 2," a brutally violent video game that was effectively banned in the United States, has risen from the grave in a modified form and will go on sale for Halloween, its publisher said Friday.
Video game publisher Take-Two Interactive Software received a "Wells" notice last week from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's division of enforcement, in connection with a previously disclosed investigation into Take-Two's historical stock-option practices.
Video game publisher Take-Two Interactive Software said Thursday it is delaying the release the latest installment of its top-selling "Grand Theft Auto" game until next year. The company cut its 2007 earnings outlook as a result of the delay, sending shares down sharply in after-hours trading.