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  1. Rudy Giuliani Calls Manuel Noriega's 'Call of Duty' Lawsuit "Outrageous Offense to the First Amendment"

    4:06 pm 10/16/2014

    The former dictator is suing videogame developer Activision Blizzard Read more

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  2. 'Call of Duty': Can Rudy Giuliani Beat Manuel Noriega, the Three Stooges and Gwen Stefani?

    12:38 pm 9/22/2014

    Activision Blizzard gives the former New York City mayor a mission to save its video game from publicity rights claimsRead more

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  3. Activision's 'Destiny' Scores $500 Million in First-Day Sales

    10:20 am 9/10/2014

    Could it be Activision's next billion-dollar brand?Read more

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  4. Video Game Industry Could Be in Flux This Christmas

    3:40 pm 12/2/2013

    Stocks of the major game makers have soared with the launch of Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but analysts are skeptical about the momentum continuing.Read more

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  5. Activision Beats Expectations With Quarterly Results

    12:40 pm 11/6/2013

    The company also raised its outlook for the full year, and shares were climbing 2 percent in the after-hours session after having risen fractionally to $16.54 during regular trading hours.Read more

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  6. Court Clears Way for Vivendi to Sell $8.2 Billion in Activision Blizzard Stock

    4:42 pm 10/10/2013

    The deal will make an investor group that includes CEO Bobby Kotick as the largest shareholder.Read more

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  7. Court Blocks Activision Blizzard's Plan to Buy Stock From Vivendi

    5:16 pm 9/18/2013

    The decision disclosed on Wednesday is the result of a lawsuit filed by a shareholder of the video game firm behind "Call of Duty." Read more

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  8. Activision Reports Strong Quarter and Delivers Healthy Guidance

    1:23 pm 8/1/2013

    CEO Bobby Kotick talks "World of Warcraft" movie and a Chinese version of "Call of Duty" that has stirred minor controversy well ahead of its release. Read more

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  9. Activision Blizzard to Buy Back Most of Vivendi's Controlling Stake in $5.8 Billion Deal

    11:46 pm 7/25/2013

    UPDATED: Also, an investment vehicle led by Activision CEO Bobby Kotick and co-chairman Brian Kelly will buy a piece for more than $2.3 billion, leaving Vivendi with a 12 percent share.Read more

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  10. Activision Blizzard Stock Falls After the Bell on Weak Guidance

    3:22 pm 5/8/2013

    The maker of video games beat the expectations of analysts in the first quarter, though 1.3 million subscribers abandoned "World of Warcraft." Read more

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