Much has been made of Activision's corporate and legal strategies following the surprising (and abrupt) departure of Bungie last week.
But what does being "investigated for fraud" really mean?
And how can the compensation set to be received by their new CFO inform our understanding?
#Bungie #Activision #VirtualLegality
Discussed in this episode:
"Activision Blizzard's new CFO is getting awards worth $15 million for taking the job"
PC Gamer, January 14, 2019
"Activision Gives $15 Million Sweetener to New CFO Dennis Durkin"
Bloomberg, January 4, 2019
Jason Schreier Tweets, January 13, 2019
"CFOs Outpace Their Bosses in Pay Increases"
Wall Street Journal, August 17, 2015
Activision Blizzard Securities Filings
"Call of Duty Publisher Activision’s Shares Fall on Destiny Departure"
CCN, January 14, 2019
Pomerantz LLP Press Release
MarketWatch, January 11, 2019
Private Securities Litigation
15 U.S.C. § 78u–4
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