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October 18,2017 04:40
games

EA is closing Visceral Games, changes direction of studio's Star Wars game

Update: An internal email obtained by Kotaku indicates that Amy Hennig is off the project. "A development team from across Worldwide Studios will take over development of Ragtag, led by the EA Vancouver team that has already been working on the project," the email says. "Steve Anthony will lead this team, and we will use much of the work that has been done to date by Visceral&#...
October 18,2017 03:20
sport

Team Sauerland reaches exclusive three-year deal with SPORT 1

Longtime leading German promoter Team Sauerland, which has been looking for a new long-term television partner, now has one, reaching an exclusive three-year deal with German free-to-air sports giant SPORT1, the company announced Tuesday.
October 17,2017 19:20
entertainment

Harvey Weinstein Firestorm Marks an Inflection Point for Entertainment

What's news: How does Hollywood stop the next Harvey Weinstein? The industry is coming up with solutions. Meanwhile, The Weinstein Co. board meets to discuss a potential sale. Plus: Netflix reveals blockbuster numbers, Snap sets content deal with NBCU, Wyatt Cenac goes to HBO, and potential headaches hit Fox News. — Ray Rahman
October 17,2017 17:00
spotlight

Spotlight Analyst Relations

Employees say:   “Our team is incredibly open, trusting, and FUN! Spotlight is a place where we can share our perspective and be valued for a new, innovative way of thinking. Spotlight a...
October 17,2017 15:00
us

US appeals for calm as allies clash in Iraq

The United States has made an urgent call for calm in northern Iraq as Iraqi forces and Kurdish fighters -- two of Washington's key allies in the region -- clash over disputed territory.
October 17,2017 15:00
us

US-Backed Forces Capture Raqqa From ISIS

Losing the Syrian city is a heavy blow to the Islamic State, but it could also inflame tensions between Kurds and Arabs in the U.S.-led coalition.
October 17,2017 11:40
business

Morgan Stanley crushes earnings

The bank had a strong beat with earnings of $0.93 per share. Wall Street analysts were expecting the investment bank to produce earnings of $0.81 per share.