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JV blames 'uncertainties' surrounding parent company.
Blames Trump's tariffs, default account.
No buyer found in time to save it.
Fingers crossed for a new Battlechess.
Company rebrands to THQ Nordic.
Parent company defaults on loans.
Capital secured, silence restored.
Even as staff claim to be going unpaid.
Rivals could yet out-bid its offer.
Company could still liquidate.
Section 8 developer and co-developer of Aliens: Colonial Marines, TimeGate Studios, is facing bankruptcy.
Despite efforts to keep THQ together and find a single buyer, THQ's assets have been sold at auction to several different companies.
Aggregate bids to be accepted.
Sale to investment group could save the company.
Cloud gaming service OnLive has closed its doors, only to reopen them again under the same name.
Elpida has been saved from the scrapheap thanks to an acquisition by smaller rival Micron.
Memory maker Elpida has filed for bankruptcy protection as its stock drops 95 per cent on the Tokyo exchange.
We take one final stroll through the streets of APB's San Paro before the game closes.
The SCO Group has been appointed a nanny by the bankruptcy courts after petitioning to be allowed to sell its Unix assets to exit Chapter 11 and continue its litigation.
Hackintosh distributor Psystar - creator of the Apple-unapproved Mac OS X-based Open Computer - has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
Flash memory manufacturer Spansion has filed for bankruptcy protection in both the US and Japan as it faces mounting debts in a slowing market.
Nortel Networks - manufacturer of high-end networking gear - is feeling the credit crunch, filing for bankruptcy protection.
October 15 2020 | 14:00
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