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 Nov 09, 2007 - 11:44 AM - by Michael
* EA heading for hard times?

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GSW has an interesting article on how things could go bad for EA:

Anyhow, there's another area of these quarterly reports that I wanted to highlight, because I think it's really funny and somewhat telling - it's the 'terrible things that might theoretically happen to us' section. More specifically, for liability and legal reasons, U.S. traded companies have to put this section in their SEC filing, and it reads at the top:

"Our business is subject to many risks and uncertainties, which may affect our future financial performance. If any of the events or circumstances described below occurs, our business and financial performance could be harmed, our actual results could differ materially from our expectations and the market value of our stock could decline."
They cover Wii/DS effect as well as some other goodies (persistent lawsuits). Personally, I'd like to see them lose business just so the market isn't flooded with so many bad games.
 

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