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No Doubt Sue Video Game Company

30th May 2012

No Doubt have gained the right for their lawsuit filed against a video game maker to go to trial.The group fronted by Gwen Stefani, 42, was happy to hear that their complaint against Activision for...

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First 5-Day Sales Of Video Game $775 Million

18th November 2011

Nothing in films -- not even Avatar -- nothing in television -- not even the Super Bowl -- has earned as much money so quickly as Activision's latest Call of Duty video game, which has...

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Video Game Boasts Biggest Opening Day Sales In Entertainment History

14th November 2011

Forget the opening day sales record of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 , which earned $91 million last July 15 and went on to earn $381 million domestically. A video game, Activision...

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Vivendi Sells Its Last Stake In Universal

27th January 2011

French conglomerate Vivendi is now out of the Hollywood studio business. In 2004, it sold 80 percent of Universal Studios and its cable networks, including USA and what is now SyFy, to NBC for $14...

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Axl Rose Launches Lawsuit Against 'Guitar Hero Iii'

24th November 2010

Axl Rose is suing a computer games company for $20 million.The Guns N' Roses singer has launched legal action against Activision Blizzard Inc. for including the band's song 'Welcome to the Jungle' in the video...

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Star Trek To Continue Boldly Going

29th August 2003

The future of the immensely successful STAR TREK series of films has been resolved after a serious legal spat threatened to shelve any more intergalactic adventures. Brand owner VIACOM and computer games firm ACTIVISION...

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Star Trek Makers Sued By Video Game Company

3rd July 2003

Video game-maker ACTIVISION is suing VIACOM, claiming the media giant allowed the STAR TREK franchise "to stagnate and decay". Activision says its $20 million (GBP12.5 million)-plus exclusive Star Trek video game licensing agreement signed...

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