Tag Archives: sec
Wed, Jun 29, 2011 | 20:59 BST
A source familiar with Zynga’s operation told the Reuters news service that Zynga will be filing for an initial public offering on Thusday.
Fri, Apr 22, 2011 | 20:53 BST
SouthPeak Interactive, along with its chairman Terry Phillips, has satisfied the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission enough in order for the government body to drop a pending investigation over the firm’s failure to report and record a 2009 loan given to the firm by Phillips in a clear and proper manner.
Wed, Jan 07, 2009 | 06:57 GMT
Shacknews sends word that Midway’s playing its trump card in its duel with fate’s cruel whims.
Apparently, the beleaguered publisher was able to convince a portion of its investors to delay enacting their money-back guarantee – applicable because a large portion of Midway recently changed hands — until February 19. If Midway’s able to talk down a second group of investors in a similar fashion, the SEC won’t blow the publisher’s house down until February.
However, Midway’s pertinent debt currently sits at $150 million, and Vin Diesel’s wild ride doesn’t begin until February 20.
Please, someone, spoil this story’s ending. We’re somewhat confused and very tired of waiting.
Mon, Apr 14, 2008 | 20:09 BST
One for the bookmark. You can find the SEC filing detailing EA’s tender offer for Take-Two here. Did you know, for example, that the $26 per share offered amounts to exactly $2,152,261,826? The entire buyout issue will be headline news pretty much everywhere this week, as Take-Two holds its AGM in New York, a meeting to be broadcast live on the web on Thursday. Try reading that document end-to-end before the great Strauss-investor showdown at the W Hotel Union Square.