We take a look at some of the big moves from the publishers that might have an impact on their bottom line.
What is Wall Street’s beef with Groupon CEO Andrew Mason?
Facebook recently introduced two consumer-facing products designed to help it bring in more dough. One looks to be a money-making bonanza while the other seems to have flop written all over it.
GameStop reported numerous losses for its second-quarter earnings, but digital sales rose.
A report from brokerage firm Sterne Agee reveals that the social game company’s daily active users saw massive peaks over the past week.
Editor’s Pick Zynga’s weak earnings report yesterday has spurred an investor panic, cratering the company’s stock price by 39 percent today.
Electronic Arts shareholders are being sorely tested again after the video game giant posted good earnings but warned about a tough quarter ahead. The stock has fallen 4.8 percent today to $14.41 a share, valuing EA at $4.77 billion. Now the analysts are weighing in.
Editor's Pick Zynga’s purchase of OMGPOP for a price reported to be around $150 million to $200 million has drawn mixed reviews on Wall Street. The deal gives Zynga the team that made Draw Something, a Pictionary-style mobile game that has been a phenomenal success over the past six weeks.
Zynga is about to begin trading as a public company on Thursday, but the value of the company is up for debate, based on reports from some well-known Wall Street analysts and other financial experts.