The Securities and Exchange Commission subpoenas Bobby Kotick and other Activision-Blizzard executives
It's bad when a state government agency sues you, especially when it's a state as big and populous as California, but it's a lot worse when the United States Securities and Exchange Commission starts to investigate you.
It’s been 56 days since Activision Blizzard employees published their demands for change, and management hasn’t acknowledged them
In July, a lawsuit from the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing accused Activision Blizzard of a "frat boy" culture where its female employees were regularly harassed, mistreated, and abused.
Blizzard has responded to calls from the community to remove references to three former employees from World of Warcraft.
The ongoing Activision Blizzard lawsuit has a new chapter, with implications for one of the company's biggest franchises.
California expands its lawsuit against Blizzard, alleging the company is interfering with the investigation
California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing has amended its lawsuit against Activision Blizzard, claiming the company is actively interfering with the state's investigation.
As we're all well aware of at this point, there is an ongoing lawsuit filed by California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing against Activision Blizzard.
A little bit more than a week ago as I write this, Blizzard Entertainment announced the departure of J.
The quarterly Activision Blizzard earnings call, where the company reports to its shareholders, is happening today, Tuesday, August 3 at 1:30pm Pacific.
The past week has been one unlike anything I've seen in my fourteen years covering Blizzard games.
Activision Blizzard employees plan walkout on Wednesday; here’s their list of demands for corporate leadership
Activision Blizzard employees are taking more action after yesterday's open letter protesting the company's history of sexual harassment, and its poor handling of the situation.