Electronic Arts Inc

  • Game Over?

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the rough year for video games.

  • Zynga Falls on New Concerns About Facebook Game Craze

    "Facebook is just not a big gaming platform compared to mobile," says Doug Creutz, Cowen & Company analyst, discussing why shares of Zynga are down sharply.

  • Electronic Arts CEO on the Future of Digital Gaming

    Electronic Arts CEO, John Riccitiello discusses his company's latest quarter and the growth potential in social gaming and online downloads.

  • Oil's Trade & EA's Earnings Results

    The Fast Money crew weighs in on the sell-off in energy and how to trade it. Also, CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest details on Electronic Arts' numbers from the company's conference call.

  • Is Tiger's Game Back?

    Electronic Arts was one of the few sponsors to stick with Tiger Woods during his sex scandal and subsequent slump on the golf course. Two days after his first PGA Tour win since 2009, Electronic Arts is out with the 13th edition of Tiger Woods PGA Tour video game. CNBC's Darren Rovell reports.

  • Facebook: Game Changer for EA?

    Social gaming my be one of the things pushing Facebook's IPO, but it's coming at the expense of traditional gamers. Edward Williams, BMO Capital Markets , explains.

  • Game Stock: The Ideal Gift?

    FMHR traders discuss today's news including positive ratings on all the major indices and whether the domestic economic boom is 'real.' Also, a war between Electronic Arts and Activision heats up into the holiday shopping season and Edward Williams, BMO Capital Markets analyst, shares advice for not just investing in the games, but the stocks, too.

  • Cramer's Issues for the Street

    CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his outlook on the markets ahead of the trading day.

  • Is ERTS a Transformer?

    Investors looking for high-quality stocks should look at companies that are transforming themselves into something better, say Mad Money's Cramer, with John Riccitiello, Electronic Arts CEO.

  • Activision CEO: Gaming's Competitive Landscape

    Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick sits down with CNBC's Julia Boorstin at E3 to discuss the Sony Playstation network outage, its partnership with Nintendo, and the competition from Electronic Arts.

  • Electronic Arts Profit Jumps

    Earnings at Electronic Arts surged in the first quarter, thanks to sales of its core video game titles and growing digital business, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin, and John Riccitiello, Electronic Arts CEO.