• Electronic Arts, the major video game company behind 'Madden' and 'Apex Legends,' is laying off about 350 employees

    3 monthes ago - By Chron

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    Electronic Arts will lay off about 350 of its 9,000 employees, according to a statement from CEO Andrew Wilson.
    EA is America's second-largest video game company in North America. The largest, Activision-Blizzard, laid off 800 employees earlier this year.
    Based on their most recent earnings report, Electronic Arts has been falling short of sales goals, but the company's stock has been rising since the release of "Apex Legends" in February.
    California-based video game maker Electronic Arts will lay off 350 employees today, following an announcement from CEO Andrew...
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  • Electronic Arts Lays Off 350 Employees

    Electronic Arts Lays Off 350 Employees

    3 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Video game giant Electronic Arts plans to lay off 350 employees as it adapts to a fast-evolving market.
    CEO Andrew Wilson announced the move in a blog post Tuesday, saying “as we look across a changing world around us, it's clear that we must change with it.”
    EA employs 9,000 people company wide. In his note, Wilson said EA was making changes to its marketing and publishing organization, as well as operations teams. Additionally, the company is "ramping down our current presence in Japan and Russia," Wilson wrote.
    “These are important but very hard decisions, and we do not take them...
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  • Electronic Arts lays off 350 people - the most under CEO Andrew Wilson

    Electronic Arts lays off 350 people - the most under CEO Andrew Wilson

    3 monthes ago - By Venture Beat

    Electronic Arts has mostly avoided large-scale layoffs since Andrew Wilson took over in 2013, but that's changing as the CEO looks to lean out the business.
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