Take-Two shares drop 30% in wake of EA pull-out

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 15 September 2008 14:51 GMT

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Take-Two’s shares have plummeted this morning, dropping nearly 30 percent in the wake of news that EA has given up on buyout talks.

In pre-market trading, Take-Two’s stock has plunged $6.44, or 29.4%, to $15.45.

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