Warner backs Square bid on Eidos

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 16 February 2009 09:30 GMT

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Warner Bros has lent its support to a Square Enix bid for Eidos, saying it’ll add its 20 percent holding in the firm to a take-over.

Over 36 percent of outstanding shares have now been placed on Square’s side of the fence.

Eidos shares were trading at 32.25 pence when trading opened on Monday.

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