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The maker of the wildly popular Candy Crush game has had a disastrous public debut. What might that mean for private companies in the gaming space?
King Digital Entertainment, the maker of hit games to play on your smartphone, filed documents with the SEC today outlining the terms of its upcoming IPO.
Disney's struggling video game and digital media subsidiary slashed its workforce by 26 percent on Thursday.
People are betting big on Candy Crush and WhatsApp, but some fear a social-gaming bubble is building.
Dublin-based King Media Entertainment filed for an initial public offering early this morning, as investors questioned the company's long-term prospects.
After Flappy Bird was inexplicably removed from app stores by its developer over the weekend, the free game has now resurfaced on eBay to the tune of $99,900.
In an unexpected turn, the creator of Flappy Bird tweeted this afternoon that he would be erasing the chart-topping game from app stores in a mere 22 hours.
Candy Crush is a successful mobile game app published by King Digital Entertainment, which went public in 2014. The object of Candy Crush -- which is free to download -- is to move candies around until there are three of the same candies in a row.
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