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King hires BBC diversity director

Joyce Adeluwoye-Adams joins Candy Crush firm to continue its work promoting games industry inclusivity

“Call of Duty's negative social media sentiment has virtually evaporated” - Activision

No repeat of the poor reception to last year's game as publisher details further plans for mobile and Black Ops III

King working on a mobile Call of Duty

Candy Crush maker takes first steps into parent company's wider catalog of intellectual property

King on diversity: “No company will succeed on its own here.”

Diversity and culture manager Natalie Mellin says more firms need to "show role models together" in order to address gender imbalance

King acquires data company Omniata

Firm will help casual specialist with retention and analysis

King competition will take six devs to GDC 2017

Casual games firm wants developers to use its 2D engine Defold to build new titles

Steve Meretzky joins King

Veteran developer joins Candy Crush maker as VP of Design on unannounced new project

CBS turning Candy Crush into TV game show

Wipeout and Fear Factor producer working on series with CBS TV Studios, Lionsgate, and King

Activision Blizzard-King acquisition closes

Publisher touts "largest game network in the world" with 500 million users

King's profit and sales fall in 2015

Full-year results for the Candy Crush company show profit down 10% with revenues dipping 12%

Candy Crush sours King's financials

Maturation of company's blockbuster hit more than offsets year-over-year growth in non-Candy Crush bookings

Activision got King "cheaply" - Pachter

Analysts weigh in with mostly positive comments on the massive $5.9 billion purchase of the Candy Crush Saga maker

Activision and King: Wrong price, poor fit

King is a great business, but Activision's $5.9 billion buyout is the result of desperation to get up to speed on mobile, not a carefully considered strategy

King revenues, profits shrinking

Declines blamed on Candy Crush Saga "maturation," second quarter results still better than had been expected

Candy Crush maker King sees Q1 profit grow 29%

Revenue down 6% to $570 million

King reigns as Zynga slumps - but why?

Each had very different quarterlies, but both face the problem of replacing a golden goose

King revenues up 20% for full year

Candy Crush maker reports full-year growth, acquires Battle Nations studio Z2

Mobile consolidation on the way - Analyst

Doug Creutz says clear leaders emerging on mobile; Facebook gaming "looks like a virtual gambling den"

King's chairman steps down, citing personal reasons

Board member Gerhard Florin will take the place of Melvyn Morris

Candy Crush Saga weighs down King results

Growth in non-Candy Crush revenues can't offset original blockbuster's decline, but company still turns $141 million profit


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