Contrary to earlier comments, the company is creating new titles for the console.
Investors would be wise to watch for the predictable summer swoon in the shares of video-game companies. Catalysts are in place for a strong second half of 2013.
ValueClick is downgraded to 'hold,' and Bed Bath & Beyond is downgraded to 'cautious.'
The new partnership may help to turn around the 'worst company in America.'
Stocks are up as the Dow and S&P again hit new highs.
Electronic Arts is downgraded to 'sell,' and AOL is initiated with an 'outperform.'
Rhode Island's $75 million gamble on Curt Schilling's video game company now stands as a cautionary tale on overreaching expectations in a misunderstood industry.
Readers of the Consumerist blog cite its pricing, badly produced games and nonstop shilling for unwanted products. They hate EA more than they do B of A.
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