|July 12, 2013|
|07:34 EDT||EA||Electronic Arts price target raised to $29 from $24 at Brean Capital|
Brean Capital raised its price target on Electronic Arts ahead of Q1 results. The firm believes the company is well positioned for the console transition year and for potential margin improvements. Brean Capital also believes the issue of CEO succession is an overhang but can serve as a positive near term catalyst. Shares are Buy rated.
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|March 11, 2014|
|07:12 EDT||EA||Piper says 'incrementally confident' in shares of Electronic Arts|
Piper Jaffray said it is "incrementally confident" in shares of Electronic Arts with today's launch of Titanfall after the game received a preliminary metacritic score of 87, which it notes is the highest score for a first-person shooter since Halo 4. Piper thinks the game's popularity may not be fully reflected in the March quarter consensus revenue estimate of $809M and it keeps an Overweight rating on the stock.
|March 10, 2014|
|06:38 EDT||EA||Amazon planning to develop own computer games, Telegraph reports |
Amazon (AMZN) is planning to develop its own computer games, a move that will pit it against Electronic Arts (EA) and Nintendo (NTDOY), the Telegraph reports, adding that Amazon could follow the same strategy as it did with the Kindle. Reference Link
|06:08 EDT||EA||Microsoft looks to 'Titanfall' as game changer, WSJ reports|
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|March 5, 2014|
|07:24 EDT||EA||Stanford Business School to hold a conference|
2014 Future of Media Conference is being held in Stanford, California on March 5.