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The world’s biggest video game retailer, GameStop, is dying: Here’s what led to the retail giant’s slow demise
From failed acquisitions to a collapsing stock price, the world's biggest video game retailer, GameStop, is in major trouble.
From Blockbuster to video arcades to music record stores, these are some of the retailers that Reddit users say they miss the most.
If you're at a GameStop, there are likely to be another two GameStop locations within five miles. It's untenable.
GameStop’s new CEO and CFO reveal their plan to repair the company’s decimated stock price after a brutal year in which hundreds of millio...
GameStop's stock price dropped from around $16 to around $4 between January 2019 and August 2019.
The world’s biggest video game retailer, GameStop, is closing hundreds of stores as it attempts to stay afloat — and that’s just the...
As GameStop struggles to survive, it's closing hundreds of locations and expects to close a "much larger" group of stores in the next year or two.
‘Big Short’ legend Michael Burry recently unveiled a bullish bet on GameStop — but the retailer’s shares are plummeting after ...
The company's most profitable segment — used game and console sales — saw a 17.5% year-over-year slump, continuing a multi-year trend.
Here are 5 surprising calls by ‘Big Short’ investor Michael Burry, who just called passive investing a ‘bubble’
Burry made millions after predicting the housing crisis. He's called out GameStop, water, and Asian and small-cap stocks as attractive investments.
GameStop, the world’s largest video game retailer, laid off over 120 more people in the latest sign that it’s struggling to adapt to a cha...
GameStop laid off over 120 employees this week in the latest move to reboot the company.
The world's biggest video game retailer, GameStop, is in dire straits. Can its new CEO, George Sherman, turn the company around?
We went on a tour of New York City’s GameStop stores to see if the company is doomed to become the next Blockbuster Video — here’s w...
In a digital world, GameStop is still firmly in the business of selling plastic discs and colorful tchotchke.