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Filed under: UBISOFT, VIVENDI
Ubisoft does not plan to hold back in the face of a Vivendi hostile takeover. The company owns over 15% of Ubisoft, but as they plan to continue to purchase more, Ubisoft has a rather big threat ready if Vivendi won't stop. If Vivendi continues to purchase stock, the major talent at Ubisoft has committed to walk away...
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Ubisoft has sent out a call across Canada to seek additional Canadian shareholders for the company in order to prevent a possible hostile takeover by former Activision major shareholder Vivendi. Vivendi owns 15 percent of Ubisoft stock now, and it's made a move to take over mobile game company Gameloft for $750 million...
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Vivendi has been trying to sell Activision Blizzard for some time, and it finally has a buyer—Activision Blizzard itself. CEO Bobby Kotick is leading the buyout himself for a tidy $8.2 billion. Activision itself will buy 439 million shares from Vivendi for $5...
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The French media corporation, Vivendi, is presumably on the lookout for possible bidders for its stake in Activision Blizzard; that's according to five sources. Activision Blizzard is currently one of the leading video game publishers (in fact the largest game publisher) on the US market and Vivendi owns a 60% stake...
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Vivendi announced that Chief Executive Jean-Bernard Levy is also going to become chairman of Activision Blizzard. Levy is to replace current Activision Blizzard Chairman Rene Penisson, who is retiring as his mandate expires this year. Robert Kotick is the current chief executive of Activision Blizzard...
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The Activision Blizzard web site finally has the official word. Both Vivendi and Activision announced the completion of the transaction announced on December 2, 2007 to create Activision Blizzard, as "the world's most profitable pure-play online and console game publisher...
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Filed under: ACTIVISION, VIVENDI, ESA
Activision and Vivendi Games confirmed what was suspected earlier this morning; mainly that they have discontinued their membership with the Entertainment Software Association. We've also learned, as you may have gathered from one of our previous news posts, that Activision won't attend the E3 this year...
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The last major obstacle that stood in the way of the finalization of the $9.85 billion deal between Activision and Blizzard (Vivendi) has now been cleared. News just reached us that the European Commission has granted Vivendi permission to go ahead with its merger with Activision...
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In preparation for the imminent Activision/Vivendi Games that will bring Activision Blizzard to life later this year, Activision management is currently evaluating games that are in development under Vivendi's Sierra division; that's according to a report on Variety's video game blog, which referred to unnamed sources...
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There's a certain Activision investor group that is not all too happy with the recent formation of Activision Blizzard. The Wayne County Employees' Retirement System filed a lawsuit earlier this month, arguing that the merger in question will leave its shareholders in an "unfavorable minority position...
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