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Recent articles about Mad Catz
Defunct peripherals brand rescued by Chinese holding company
It was once the most powerful peripherals brand in the world, but now it's in bankruptcy
NYSE has already started a process, and Mad Catz does not intend to appeal
Rock Band 4's legacy looms large as shareholders question the company's financial stability
Company given six months to improve low share price
Flight stick and farm sim controller brand goes for $13 million as Logitech bets on future of simulation games
The resurgence of the music genre did not go according to plan
Mad Catz, Little Orbit, and Slang have parted ways with trade group as Pop Up Gaming signs on
Rock Band sell-through failed to meet expectations, which led to higher inventory balances and lower margins
Darren Richardson, Thomas Brown, and Whitney Peterson depart Rock Band 4 co-publisher on eve of quarterly earnings release
CFO downplays situation as company filings say it's relying on Rock Band 4 to help it continue as a going concern
Peripheral maker re-teams with developer to handle retail sales, promotion, distribution for music game revival
Improved efficiency and Asian growth offsets challenging EU & US environments
Microconsole available in US for $150 starting today, similar cuts made internationally
Mad Catz' Olivier Voirin on the impact of the smart device boom and how his company aims to leverage it with M.O.J.O.
Mad Catz microconsole drops to $200, first device added to "Ouya Everywhere" initiative
Android-powered M.O.J.O. console is now available for pre-order
Peripheral maker adds its name to the list of microconsole manufacturers with Project M.O.J.O., debut set for E3
Revenue also falls from $93 million to $46.2 million
CEO recognises "weakness in video game products"
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