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    2. The Activist Investor Group Calling for the Ouster of Activision CEO Bobby Kotick is Reportedly Sounding the Alarm on His Massive Payout from the Microsoft Deal

      The Activist Investor Group Calling for the Ouster of Activision CEO Bobby Kotick is Reportedly Sounding the Alarm on His Massive Payout from the Microsoft Deal
      ...ted. Activision is the video-game publisher behind the "Call of Duty" franchise. The purchase agreement marks Microsoft's largest-ever acquisition and the largest acquisition of a video-game company in history. It came a...
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    3. Activision Investors Question Bobby Kotick's Potential Golden Parachute

      Activision Investors Question Bobby Kotick's Potential Golden Parachute
      An activist investor group that previously called on Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick to resign is now raising concerns about the executives golden parachute, should he exit the company. Why it matters: Microsofts plans to buy Activision Blizzard for $70 billion may alter the consequences coming to Kotick, who has led the company for three decades...
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  2. Quotes about Microsoft

    1. Everybody's eyes are on Amazon, Microsoft and Google.
      In Deal Of The Century: How Michael Dell Turned His Declining PC Business Into A $40 Billion Windfall
    2. When Microsoft got to the other side of that, they had an independent chair.
      In Facebook Dive Sparks Investor Calls to Loosen Zuckerberg's Grip
    3. Microsoft actually has created an outreach program where they use a lot of videos to talk about significant issues with their investors.
      In Vanguard Not Shy About Pressuring Companies