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(Reuters) -A small group of Activision Blizzard workers voted for unionizing at a studio that works on the popular "Call of Duty" franchise, the second victory in a push to organize the video gaming industry.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Videogame publisher Activision Blizzard Inc enforced a social media policy that conflicted with workers’ rights and illegally threatened staff in the policy's enforcement, a U.S. government agency said on Monday.
With the rise of AI, creators want laws to protect the use of their image or voice in algorithm-generated works.
CEOs who think having a Twitter account is optional may want to think again.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese conglomerate Sony Group Corp said it is well-positioned to play a leading role in the metaverse, or immersive virtual worlds, which commentators speculate will massively disrupt industries and establish new powerhouses.
It’s often said that fans at live concerts give the band a jolt of electricity. Coldplay wants to literally harness that.
(Reuters) - Blackstone-backed Candle Media Tuesday announced it is acquiring ATTN:, a media company best known for topical short-form videos targeting Gen Z and Millennials. The cash and stock deal is valued at $100 million, according to two sources.
Since so many of these novel investments were pitched as countercyclical alternatives to conventional stocks and bonds — that they'd save investors from a bear market — it's proper to examine how they've failed to fulfil that promise.
The name “Fifa” can bring to mind images of the World Cup and football’s greatest players, like Pele, Zinedine Zidane or Lionel Messi. The acronym for the sport’s governing body may also remind some of shameless bribery and corruption.
Alphabet Inc’s Google unveiled a series of planned upgrades to its search and maps services revealing the company’s augmented reality ambitions – and its appeal to a generation of Internet users drifting away from the company.