Activision Blizzard employees and contractors have called for the company’s CEO, Bobby Kotick, to be removed.
Phil Spencer, Xbox Head, made it public that he is carefully considering the company’s relationship with publisher Activision Blizzard.
PlayStation’s CEO Jim Ryan isn’t happy with how Activision Blizzard has responded to the allegations made against Bobby Kotick.
A group of Activision Blizzard shareholders called for the resignation of CEO Bobby Kotick in light of the recent stories and allegations.
Despite so many calls for Activision Blizzard’s CEO to step down, Kotick has been given a vote of confidence from the company’s board.
SEC is now actively investigating Activision Blizzard due to its response to allegations of sexual misconduct and workplace harassment.
Activision Blizzard’s financial results for 2019 so far have fallen in line with the expectations the company set with investors, that this would be a transition year.
Photo: CNBC Game Workers Unite, the prominent workers rights group, has sparked a number of calls for the CEO of Activision Blizzard, Bobby Kotick, to be fired. Game Workers Unite took to Twitter yesterday amid news of the hundreds of layoffs occurring over at Activision Blizzard. The company is reported to be letting around 800 […]
In a recent earnings call Activision Blizzard announced that they would begin the process of laying off eight percent of their staff.
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