The rebirth of gaming peripheral company Mad Catz is showing a surprising level of restraint – and with it, promise.
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Peripheral manufacturer Mad Catz has reported a net loss of $26.9 million for its latest financial quarter, despite a 19 percent increase in sales to $41 million. Losses from Q3, ending December 31, stemmed from higher royalty and shipping costs, as well as new product development hires, the company said. Mad Catz recently revealed the […]
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