With a third of revenue coming from "Call of Duty" last year, is Activision too dependent on this best-selling title?
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The Latest on soccer’s European Championship: ___ The North Macedonian soccer federation says it has submitted an official request to UEFA asking for Austria striker Marko Arnautović to be punished for a nationalist outburst after he scored a goal at the European Championship. The federation says the outburst was directed at Ezgjan Alioski. Alioski is a North Macedonian of Albanian origin. The federation says “we are always against nationalism, discrimination and all other forms of insults and o
Sanchari Vijay who was the pillion rider, met with a bike accident in Bengaluru, which led to a serious head injury
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Gunmen on Tuesday targeted members of polio teams in eastern Afghanistan, killing at least four staffers, officials said. No militant group immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks in the city of Jalalabad. Along with the four killed, at least three members of the polio vaccination teams were wounded, said Dr. Jan Mohammad, who coordinates the anti-polio drive for the country's east. Afghanistan and neighboring Pakistan are the only two remaining countries in
The Office for National Statistics said there were 197,000 more people in payrolled employment last month compared with April.
Amid reports of the second wave curve getting flattened, the West Bengal government makes preparations for the third wave.With reports claiming that children will be more susceptible to the third wave, the Bengal government is taking measures to boost its healthcare sector. Find out more from the video above. (Script and video edited by Apurva P)
The two marines are accused of killing two fishermen off the coast of India's Kerala state in 2012.
Now that worldwide medical establishments have a handle on COVID-19, it’s time to move America’s cruise industry back to the forefront of travel.
A French court is to rule Tuesday on claims that Swedish furniture seller Ikea set up an elaborate system to illegally spy on hundreds of employees and job applicants between 2009 and 2012, using private detectives as well as police officers. Prosecutors have asked for a fine of two million euros, and a three-year prison sentence for the company's former chief executive, Jean-Louis Baillot.Baillot has denied any wrongdoing, pinning the blame on the group's former head of risk management, Jean-Fr
The Canalys report said that a major part of the growth will come from Latin America, followed by Greater China, Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), and Asia.
The unemployment rate falls again while the number of job vacancies is rising, official figures show.
A photography expert will select his best images throughout the tournament
As lockdown eases, life finds a way – only, the next stage is on hold
Actor Lisa Banes has died aged 65 after a hit-and-run incident in New York. Banes was taken to Mount Sinai Morningside hospital with a traumatic brain injury. A New York Police Department spokesperson said no arrests have been made.
The Montreal Canadiens left Canada for the first time in 15 months to discover the hard way how the game’s being played a little more intensely south of the border. What appeared apparent from afar in watching the Vegas Golden Knights wear down the President’s Trophy-winning Colorado Avalanche in six games of their West Division final series, became an up-close reality for the Canadiens in opening the Stanley Cup semifinals with a 4-1 loss on Monday night. “Yeah, they have their strengths for sure, but we have ours,” interim coach Dominique Ducharme said.
Donnie Yen and Nicholas Tse shed tears at Raging Fire’s press conference during the 24th Shanghai International Film Festival on 14 June as the actors remembered the late director Benny Chan.
Employers add jobs as restrictions ease but 553,000 fewer people are in work than before the pandemic
He will play Brad Majors in the production.
The FTSE 100 Index was set to gain around 20 points today despite concerns about the lack of support being offered to companies facing heavy losses from the one-month delay to the end of Covid lockdown measures. Traders had been well prepared for the bad news and have, to paraphrase Boris Johnson, “learned to live with Covid”. The FTSE 100 was set to scale further heights towards 7200 today, with IG platform traders expecting a 19 point gain to 7176 at the opening of trading.
Got the jab, bought the T-shirt: ‘vaxinistas’ and the rise of pandemic merchandise. Like fans after a gig, people are broadcasting being vaccinated with branded merchandise, while vintage ‘pharma-merch’ is going for high prices on eBay