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  • Blog Post: Electronic Arts' Larry Probst To Step Down As An Employee

    In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing today, the company notified the agency of a change in position of longtime employee Larry Probst. Probst joined the company in 1984 and served as EA's executive leader following the departure of former CEO John Riccitiello . Effective January 1, Probst’s... More
  • Blog Post: Andrew Wilson Named CEO Of Electronic Arts

    EA finally has a new CEO. After the resignation of John Riccitiello in March, the company has been searching for a new chief executive. That hunt is finally over with the appointment of Andrew Wilson , who previously headed up EA's sports division. Wilson takes over for Larry Probst , who was filling... More
  • Blog Post: EA Earnings Call: Ten Percent Workforce Reduction, Battlefield 4 Critical To Fiscal Year 2014

    EA has released financial statements covering the entirety of fiscal year 2013. In addition to better than analyst predicted performance, officers committed to level operating expenses through the console transition during the coming year. EA met the revised forecast it provided at the end of third quarter... More
  • Blog Post: EA Interim Executive Chairman Probst Awarded $1.03 Million Annual Salary

    The road has been rocky for EA over the past few weeks, with the troublesome issues surrounding the launch of the highly anticipated SimCity and, more recently, the departure of six-year CEO John Riccitiello . Stock prices, which had been slowly on the rise since the start of 2013 took an 8% dive on... More
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