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Games developed by Nintendo (NTDOY) and Activision Blizzard (ATVI) were very hot items on Black Friday.
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick will receive a lower base salary but could bring home more than $56 million in stock under a new payment plan.
The bank added Yamaha Motor, TDK, Alps Electric, Hitachi Construction Machinery, Mitsui OSK Lines, Olympus, and Nomura Holdings to its focus list.
Toy brands by Mattel are selling fast at Toys 'R' Us this holiday season, while hit electronic games such as the Nintendo NES Classic Edition sold out before Black Friday.
Amazon.com released its list of 2016 hottest holiday toys and Hasbro (HAS) holds the top three most-anticipated sellers.
Nintendo (NTDOY) will release its highly anticipated 'Super Mario Run' game on December 15.
Wii U accounted for 32% of overall hardware sales volume last fiscal year.
Nvidia has had quite the ride in 2016, but what can it do for an encore?
Mazda and Nintendo have cut outlook based on a strong yen, while Hitachi and Honda stay strong.
The Pokémon Go seller blames a stronger yen and weaker sales for the downgrade.
Nintendo extends Friday's losses after a new console leaves investors underwhelmed.
The dollar rises against major currencies, while oil declines.
The Japanese game maker unveiled a short teaser video.
Analysts expect sales to drop 26% year on year, but profits to rise.
The product is scheduled for global release next March.
A peripheral device frees players from staring at a smartphone screen.
Instagram has new features ready to go for the new iPhone 7.
Nintendo (NTDOY) is launching a wearable addition to its Pokémon Go game on September 16.
Morgan Stanley said late yesterday that Nintendo (NTDOY) could reach a larger audience with its new Super Mario game for Apple (AAPL) devices.
The new game will be launched in December.
The first dollar-denominated import growth in almost two years points to a pickup in Chinese domestic demand.
U.S. stocks settled narrowly mixed as questions over the Fed's rate hike plans continued to roil markets.
The Federal Reserve's rate hike plans was a point of contention again on Wednesday, leading to a choppy session that left stocks mixed.
Stocks are lower Wednesday afternoon after the Federal Reserve's 'Beige Book' reiterates a 'modest pace of growth' in the U.S. economy.
Nintendo shares shot up on Super Mario jumping into Apple's iOs.
Nintendo (NTDOY) announced today that it plans to release its 'Super Mario Run' game on Apple's (AAPL) App Store beginning in December.
Now that the 'Pokemon Go' craze has cooled off, investors are putting a freeze on Nintendo's stock. There's one place, however, for scorching video game profits.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin joined this morning's 'Squawk Alley' to report on the declining trends facing Nintendo's (NTDOY) Pokemon GO.