Sony Group Corp ADR (NY: SONY )
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During the recent PlayStation Showcase, Sony Interactive Entertainment, a subsidiary of Sony Group Corp (NYSE: SONY), revealed a new game streaming device, along with a pair of wireless earbuds...
PlayStation Showcase: Sony Unveils Action-Packed 10-Minute Gameplay Of 'Marvel's Spider-Man 2'
May 25, 2023
In a highly anticipated moment at the PlayStation Showcase, Sony Interactive Entertainment (NYSE: SONY) unveiled a 10-minute gameplay demo of the upcoming "Marvel's Spider-Man 2."
Microsoft's Bid For Activision Blizzard Receives China's Approval, Joins 37 Regulators Worldwide
May 22, 2023
Microsoft Corp.'s (NASDAQ: MSFT) $69 billion bid to acquire Activision Blizzard Inc. (NASDAQ: ATVI) received approval from China's State Administration, marking another milestone in the global r
Sony Discloses ¥200B Share Repurchase Plan
May 17, 2023
Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe, a subsidiary of Sony Group Corporation (NYSE: SONY), is facing financial consequences of an Austrian court ruling that deemed Electronic Arts Inc.'s (NASDAQ: EA)...
Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.'s (NASDAQ: TTWO) Rockstar Games, the developers behind the wildly popular Grand Theft Auto (GTA) franchise, are currently working on the eighth main installment in...
5 Stocks To Keep An Eye On As WGA Strike Could Bring Hollywood To A Halt: Why History Suggests Selling Movie Stocks During Strikes
May 02, 2023
Entertainment stocks were down on Tuesday after the Writers Guild of America (WGA) labor union endorsed a strike on the eve of May 2, disrupting the movie production industry.
Microsoft's Profitability At Risk With 'Call of Duty' Exclusivity, UK Regulator Focuses On Cloud Gaming Monopoly
May 01, 2023
In the 400-page report that blocked Microsoft Corp's (NASDAQ: MSFT) proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI), the U.K.'s Competition and Markets Authority also concluded that M
"We Are Not Optimistic": Top Sony Exec Doesn't See Smartphone Demand Recovery This Year
April 29, 2023
The downturn in the global smartphone market is likely to persist through this year, according to Tokyo-based Sony Group Corp., the world's top provider of image sensors for handheld devices.
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