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U.S. retail sales of new video-game hardware, software and accessories fell 24 percent in September.
Online game maker Zynga Inc. will face a "moment of truth" when it reports second-quarter results after the market closes Wednesday, according to Cowen & Co.
U.S. retail sales of video game hardware, software and accessories fell 25 percent in March from a year earlier to $1.1 billion. It marked the fourth month of decline as Sony Corp.'s new PS Vita handheld failed to spark a turnaround.
Lions Gate Entertainment seized a pot of gold.
"John Carter" is now officially a flop of galactic proportions.
As its workers celebrated with hot chocolate and cinnamon buns, Zynga saw its stock dinged on its first day of trading Friday _ an unexpected turn of events for a closely watched public debut seen as a precursor to Facebook's next year.
Investors will get the chance to reap "Farmville's" harvest on Friday, as shares of online game developer Zynga Inc. start trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market.
Zynga's stock got a lukewarm reception in the opening minutes of its public debut Friday.
Zynga's stock got a lukewarm reception in its public debut Friday.
U.S. retail sales of video game hardware, software and accessories rose 1 percent to $1.08 billion in October, helped by sales of "Battlefield 3," market researcher NPD Group said Friday.
U.S. retail sales of video game hardware, software and accessories dropped 10 percent in June to $995 million compared with the same month a year ago. The industry's second-straight month of sales decline was due largely to a lackluster slate of new game releases.