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Atari

  • Atari wins approval to overcome bankruptcy

    Under the plan, unsecured creditors, who are estimated to be owed between $5 million and $7 million, will receive 8 percent of their claims when the plan kicks off.

  • Atari attacks App Store game developers

    Sometimes it pays to be the first. Classic video game maker Atari is now on the offensive and threatening legal action against any game developers the company believes may be infringing up its intellectual property.

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