Publisher pays the price after a 40 per cent value drop as of June 2012
Brian Schneider and Steve Desilets assume senior roles at free-to-play studio
Users who abused coupon offer allowed to retain all of their purchases
EA is open to developers experimenting with ideas, says Karl Magnus Troedsson
Studio would more likely disintegrate than be sold, says Gabe Newell
Gaming giant in early talks with investors valuing the company at $20 a share
Board has 'high level of confidence' in management team
Publisher investing in original content, claims Patrick Soderlund
'What you see in Battlefield 3 is only the beginning', claims exec
Giving up on new IP can mean your studio 'dies' creatively, claims Frank Gibeau
EA founder steps down from CEO role at mobile; 180 staff rumoured laid off
About 40 vacancies at new development hub
In-game currency will not be transferable or redeemable after server shut down
inXile signs deal to publish Wasteland 2 on Electronic Arts' PC platform
'Rising star' exec ready to jump to new job, report claims
West and Zampella targeted in employee surveillance operation - firm considered 'mock fire drill and fake fumigation'
Publisher EA claims previous reports were inaccurate
'Our plan was to break one million subscribers'
'We see a huge opportunity to reach an entirely different audience'
PopCap and Playfish also developing casual titles