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Activision CEO reprimands EA 'mudslinging'

Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg said at Gamescom yesterday that EA is wrong for throwing 'insults' at Activision's Call of Duty franchise.

By August 18, 2011

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eBay founder lashes out at Carl Icahn

The war of words between eBay and Icahn escalates as founder Pierre Omidyar jumps into the fray.

By February 27, 2014

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Carl Icahn accuses eBay board of conflicts of interest

The activist investor lashes out at the board for alleged transgressions and at CEO John Donahoe's "ineptitude in addressing them." What's eBay's reaction?

By February 24, 2014

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Microsoft pulls "wide of the mark" ads slamming new iPhones

Microsoft went on the offensive against Apple, then pulled a reverse ferret and yanked the ads in question.

By September 14, 2013

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Samsung, HTC and LG trade insults after mobile awards bash

The three companies took to Twitter to lay into each other following a mobile awards bash in London. Fight fight fight!

By June 8, 2013

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Samsung Galaxy S4 ad takes (yet) another shot at Apple

Samsung's latest ad for its new blower takes aim at Apple, proclaiming the iPhone fit only for old fogies. Again.

By May 4, 2013

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Republican Party wants to ban Warcraft player from office

The Maine, New England, branch of the Republican Party believes that playing World of Warcraft should disqualify you from being a senator.

By October 4, 2012

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Modern Warfare 3 launches, ready for war with Battlefield 3

The highly anticipated first-person shooter, which has the potential to break entertainment-industry sales records, is available now on all major consoles and the PC.

By November 8, 2011

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Fake BP Twitter account remains shrouded in mystery

Someone very funny has been aping oil company BP's public relations department in the wake of the Gulf Coast rig disaster. We still have no idea who's behind it.

By May 27, 2010

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No escape from the perfect financial storm

After this perfect storm, brewed out of years of habit and taken down by mortgages for the masses, consumers and businesses will be far more conservative in their spending habits.

By October 7, 2008