The lights are on
THQ has officially notified the SEC that CEO Brian J. Farrell and president Jason Rubin have officially been terminated. What did this mean exactly? It means that THQ is that much closer to no longer existing. No one was holding out hope that THQ would be able to recuperate after its closure and the selling off of its owned properties, but it has not completely dissolved just yet.
We spoke with the now former president Jason Rubin shortly after THQ sold off most of its assets. You can check out the interview here.
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goodbye thq :o
Oh nooo! My stocks!!!!
Oh, wait, I own Take Two Interactive (TTWO) and EA (EA) both good game companies.
This whole story is a real shame. He was doing a real good job. Good luck to him in the future.
Too bad they couldn't turn it around. Rubin was probably brought in much too late.