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Activision Blizzard workers call for CEO departure

Activision Blizzard's board backed Chief Executive Officer Bobby Kotick after a report on Tuesday said the videogame company's boss had known about sexual misconduct allegations at the company. "The board remains confident that Bobby Kotick appropriately addressed workplace issues brought to his attention," the directors said in a statement. The Wall Street Journal reported that
18 days ago|Santa Monica, United States

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24 of these news sources are bias rated
13 lean LEFT
L 54%
C 29%
R 17%
CNN
The Guardian
NDTV
USA Today
Hindustan Times
+9
BBC News
Reuters
IBTimes
Bangkok Post
+4
Times of India
Financial Post
Wall Street Journal
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Yahoo News
Yahoo News

Bobby Kotick: Activision Blizzard employees call for boss to step down

After a newspaper report levels fresh allegations, employees call for Bobby Kotick to step down.

18 days ago|Los Angeles, United States
Times of India
Times of IndiaR

Some Activision Blizzard employees stage walkout as board backs CEO - ETHRWorld | Southeast-Asia

Activision Blizzard's board responded to the report with a statement saying directors had confidence in CEO Bobby Kotick. A spokesperson for the Santa..

19 days ago|Mumbai, India
BBC News
BBC NewsC

Bobby Kotick: Activision Blizzard employees call for boss to step down

After a newspaper report levels fresh allegations, employees call for Bobby Kotick to step down.

18 days ago|United Kingdom
The Guardian
The GuardianL

Shareholders call on Activision Blizzard CEO to resign after employee walkout

Video game company faces shareholder rebellion after workers protest the response to sexual misconduct allegations

18 days ago|London, United Kingdom
Reuters
ReutersC

Activision Blizzard board backs CEO amid misconduct allegations at company

- Activision Blizzard's board backed Chief Executive Officer Bobby Kotick after a report on Tuesday said the videogame company's boss had known about sexual misconduct allegations at the company. "The board remains confident that Bobby Kotick appropriately addressed workplace issues brought to his attention," the directors said in a statement. The Wall Street Journal reported that

19 days ago|United Kingdom
NDTV
NDTVL

Activision Blizzard Workers Call for CEO Bobby Kotick's Departure

Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick defended his handling of harassment complaints as a group of workers at the video game company called for his departure.

19 days ago|New Delhi, India
USA Today
USA TodayL

Activision Blizzard employees stage walkout after new allegations against CEO

Staff are calling for the resignation of Bobby Kotick after a new report.

19 days ago|United States
CNN
CNNL

Activision Blizzard CEO faces pressure from employees to step down after report

Activision Blizzard's board of directors reiterated its support of CEO Bobby Kotick after a report raised new allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct at the video game company.

19 days ago|Atlanta, United States
Hindustan Times
Hindustan Times L

Call of Duty gamemaker Activision Blizzard CEO knew of abuse complaints: report

Call of duty gamemaker Activision Blizzard CEO knew of harassment complaints long before workplace turmoil erupted at the video game giant.

19 days ago|New Delhi, India
The Washington Post
The Washington PostL

Group of Activision Blizzard shareholders joins call for CEO Bobby Kotick’s resignation

Shareholders told The Washington Post that Activision Blizzard's board of directors and CEO really need "a reset button."

18 days ago|Washington, United States
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BIAS COVERAGE DISTRIBUTION

24 of these news sources are bias rated
13 lean LEFT
L 54%
C 29%
R 17%
CNN
The Guardian
NDTV
USA Today
Hindustan Times
The Washington Post
Metro News
NBC News
The Verge
Wired
Engadget
Polygon
+2
BBC News
Reuters
IBTimes
Bangkok Post
Digital Trends
Ars Technica
NME
Times of India
Financial Post
Wall Street Journal
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