In what pretty much sums up the entire Take-Two AGM last night, Gamespot brings word that chairman Strauss Zelnick answered only two shareholder questions before shutting up the meeting.
The floor was then opened to stockholders' questions--of which there were only two. First, Zelnick declined to answer a query as whether Take-Two had entered into any confidentiality agreements with other potential buyers, as it has previously publicly hinted. Secondly, he refused to comment on today's announcement that the Federal Trade Commission was investigating the possibility that an EA takeover could violate antitrust laws. Then... the meeting was unceremoniously adjourned, leaving analysts and reporters to ponder Take-Two's next move.
Brilliant. Read the rest of last night's happenings here, should you be bothered.