Rumors swirl. WB may (or may not) be for sale. It's buyer might be Take-Two? Or Electronic Arts (EA)? Or Activision? It's price? $4 billion. Or maybe it's only "about" that much.
Join us as we take a look at things from a mergers and acquisitions attorney's perspective, where even a five-paragraph anonymously sourced story can get the mind moving.
It's time for Mortal (legal) Kombat...Virtual Legality.
#WBGames #Sale #Rumors
Discussed in this episode:
"AT&T seeks sale for Warner gaming unit, could fetch about $4 billion, sources say"
CNBC - June 12, 2020 -Alex Sherman
"Term Sheet Proposed Merger"
"AT&T in talks to sell WB games business in possible $4 billion deal: report"
MarketWatch - June 12, 2020 - Wallace Witkowski
"S&P 500 ends at 4-month high as stocks rise after strong economic data"
MarketWatch - March 13, 2019 - Sue Chang and Chris Matthews
WB Games Homepage
"The Boy Who Lives: Warner Bros Sets Harry Potter Global Development Team"
Deadline - July 30, 2014 - Nancy Tartaglione
"Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment" (and subsidiaries)
"FORM OF TRADEMARK LICENSE AGREEMENT"
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