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  • Bobby Kotick Claims 'People will be Held Responsible for Their Actions'

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    Bobby Kotick Claims 'People will be Held Responsible for Their Actions'

    What about Bobby's actions? Who will hold him accountable?

    Activision Blizzard shared their Q2 2021 financial results today with the public. During the earnings call, Activision Blizzard said that they had a "commitment to a safe working environment." They also promised that they would take "swift action to ensure a safe and welcoming work environment for all employees."

    Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick said that "people will be held accountable...
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  • Activision Blizzard Now Also Being Sued by an Investor

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    Activision Blizzard Now Also Being Sued by an Investor

    Company now being sued for not disclosing harassment, leading to inflated stock prices.

    Activision Blizzard is now also being sued by an investor. As of Tuesday, August 3, an investor told federal securities fraud claims in Los Angeles that the company kept investors and shareholders in the dark about an ongoing investigation into its toxic workplace culture. The suit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. This suit not only targets the company...
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  • Activision Blizzard Employees Form an 'Alliance' and Denounce the Law Firm Hired by the Company

    One step closer to unionizing.

    A group of employees from a number of Activision Blizzard studios have joined together to form what they are calling the ABK Workers Alliance. This group has sent a joint letter to Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick and the executive leadership team within the company. This letter openly criticizes the law firm, WilmerHale, that Activision Blizzard management have hired to serve as a third-party auditor for the company.

    The letter, provided...
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  • Activision CEO Bobby Kotick Cuts Salary by 50%

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    Activision CEO Bobby Kotick Cuts Salary by 50%

    Half of a buttload of money is still a buttload of money.

    This morning, an agreement filed with the SEC found Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick agreeing to cut both his salary and annual bonus by 50%. Other incentives, such as the Transformation Transaction Award and Shareholder Value Creation Incentive were also eliminated. The Shareholder Value Creation Incentive was reported to be valued at upwards of $200 million in stock value, or $41 million after tax withholdings.
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  • Activision Blizzard Lays Off Nearly 800 Employees Right After Announcing 'Record Year'


    This evening, Activision Blizzard began to inform numerous employees that they will be let go from the company. The layoffs started shortly after the conclusion of an earnings call made this afternoon. The company says that they will be eliminating 8% of its total staff. As of 2018, Activision Blizzard employed around 9,600 people. If this figure holds up, that means at least 770 people are now out of work.

    Those impacted by the layoffs are spread out across multiple Activision...
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  • Call of Duty 2017 Going "Back to Its Roots"

    Call of Duty 2017 Going "Back to Its Roots"

    According to Activision's Bobby Kotick and Thomas Tippl, the 2017 release of Call of Duty will bring the series "back to its roots" in terms of combat.
    "In 2017, Activision will take Call of Duty back to its roots and traditional combat will once again take center stage," Tippl said.

    "This is what our dedicated community of Call of Duty players and Sledgehammer Games, which has been developing this year's title, are the most excited about."
    Activision feels as th...
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  • Call of Duty 2017 Going "Back to Its Roots"

    According to Activision's Bobby Kotick and Thomas Tippl, the 2017 release of Call of Duty will bring the series "back to its roots" in...
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  • Destiny Makes $500 Million in First 24 Hours

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    Destiny Makes $500 Million in First 24 Hours

    Activision announced that Destiny has made $500 million in sales in its first 24 hours of release. This makes it the biggest video game launch ever.
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  • Destiny Makes $500 Million in First 24 Hours

    Activision announced that Destiny has made $500 million in sales in its first 24 hours of release. This makes it the biggest video game launch...
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  • Activision Spending $500 Million on Developing and Promoting Bungie's Destiny

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    Activision Spending $500 Million on Developing and Promoting Bungie's Destiny

    According to a report from Reuters, Activision plans on spending a mere $500 million on developing and promoting Bungie's Destiny. That figure alone has the potential to break some industry records if everything pans out and goes anywhere near the $500 million figure that's being tossed around.

    Naturally, this figure was revealed by everybody's favorite CEO, Bobby Kotick, during the Milken conference in Los Angeles this past week.
    Investors hope that "Destiny," scheduled
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  • Activision Spending $500 Million on Developing and Promoting Bungie's Destiny

    According to a report from Reuters, Activision plans on spending a mere $500 million on developing and promoting Bungie's Destiny. That figure...
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