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Comcast's acquisition of NBC isn't quite in the bank just yet, but that doesn't mean the upcoming change isn't already dealing an impact. Current CEO and President Jeff Zucker announced today he plans to leave the company sometime following the takeover -- but also noting his final day might not ...

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Having to fire a CEO is never a good sign for a company, especially when that company has recently seen massive losses and a board restructuring. But there's still one person willing to defend Midway's business strategy, and that person is, surprisingly enough, departing CEO David Zucker. To be fair...

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We imagine piloting a company like Midway, which has been exhaling money like it was CO2, is not an easy or even enviable task. That's why we can't fault longtime Midway CEO and president David Zucker for donning a life preserver and jumping ship, leaving the company and taking his chances in the ...

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This is not going to be pretty. Midway Games, publisher of a bunch of games consumers didn't buy, proved that by announcing it lost $97.4 million in 2007. This isn't anything new for the publisher, which lost $78 million in 2006 and plans to keep hemorrhaging cash this upcoming quarter. Despite th...

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After a very public cat-fight resulting in the discontinuation of NBC content on iTunes, the relationship between NBC and Apple seems to be on the mend. Perhaps you recall NBC Universal's CEO, Jeff Zucker, saying that Steve Jobs and iTunes had "destroyed the music business." This in retaliation to...

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Not that it comes as much of surprise given recent developments, but NBC Universal's Jeff Zucker is clearly still none too pleased about the company's deal with Apple, as evidenced by his recent comments at a benefit for Syracuse University. According to Variety, Zucker lamented the lack of flexibi...

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