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Voltair Gomez, president of Avatar Ventures Corp. (OTCBB: ATAR (note new
A recently announced deal with Brinker makes uWink a stock to watch.
It will pay $11 million, or $1.68 a share.
Poor company performance is driving brass' departures.
Revenue falls from a year earlier.
Hedge fund art, a look at Atari, and Facebook dish.
What's next for newspapers, a guide to Web 2.0, and game over for Atari.
David Pierce has experience working at some of the world's biggest entertainment companies.
General Mills and Lattice Semiconductor advance after raising guidance.
PPI and CPI numbers will add fuel to the debate over inflation and any potential Fed moves.
New CEO Bruno Bonnell talks up his plans to revivify the pioneering video-game maker.
Game makers are trying to entice with open-ended story lines.
The troubled video-game software maker says it has received a delisting notice from the Nasdaq.
The move follows the company's doubts about continuing operations.
The company doubts its ability to continue.
Few doubt that better times are ahead, but the upside may not be all it's cracked up to be.
With decelerating earnings reports and little economic data, traders will watch for Iran developments.
Electronic Arts' earnings report may shed light on when next-generation games might revive the sector.
The game maker's sustainability remains in question.
Unit sales fell 10% in December as a sparse Xbox supply hurt purchases.
The two video game biggies may respectively be better and worse investments than their valuations would suggest.
Midrange companies Take-Two and THQ drag November video-game sales down.
Positive earnings reports lift shares of Sanmina, Audible, Expedia and Fluor.
The company's cash reserves dwindle to $2.5 million.
Cramer sees a post-Katrina play in Capital One.
Nintendo's hot-selling virtual canine highlights the fear of risk in the video-game sector.
Cramer prefers Intel to a letter writer's EMC.
It well sell the asset to its parent for $10.3 million.
A third-quarter warning penalizes the stock.
Atari, Midway and Majesco may have strayed too far over the bottom line to get back.
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