Bobby Kotick insinues that he will resign if he can not change the situation in Activision Blizzard
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Today, Bobby Kick remains CEO of Activision Blizzard. And continues in the position despite the piece published in The Wall Street Journal, which not only reveals that the manager knew what wBobby Kotick happening within the company, but also accuse him of covering up and starring acts of bullying. Now, the same newspaper collects information in which Kick refers for the first time to the possibility of resigning... but only if he fails to redirect the current situation at a given time.
The newspaper ensures that Bobby Kick met with senior executives lBobby Kotickt Friday. Mr. Kick, who hBobby Kotick directed Activision for three decades, did not say that he would resign at the meeting lBobby Kotickt Friday with executives of the division of the Blizzard Entertainment company, but he did left the possibility of resigning if the CBobby Kotickes of harBobby Koticksment in the company are not fixed with speed.
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