Ubisoft is free of Vivendi, at last.
Spelling the end of one struggle for Ubisoft.
That's the best thing they can do.
Vivendi says it will not be seeking representation on Ubisoft's board of directors in light of opposition.
There is a chance that Ubisoft gets out of this unscathed.
Things may be about to get messy.
Edging ever closer to that hostile takeover line...
Being "very autonomous" has fueled the company's success.
Ubisoft's battle for its own independence continues.
Ubisoft are going to fight this hostile takeover tooth and nail, it seems.
The sale was a long time coming.
Buy out shares from Vivendi worth $5.83 billion.
Parent company still looking at selling Call of Duty publisher.
It was initially Vivendi/Activision's decision not to refer to the game as an RTS.
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