The video game retailer disappointed investors with a surprise dividend cut, but what's management thinking?
News & Analysis: GameStop
The high dividend was bound to see a cut, but investors were surprised to see the entire payment eliminated.
The video game retailer has announced a plan to buy back 12 million of its shares at "auction."
The struggling video game retailer is finally becoming the next Blockbuster.
Sales tumbled and profits evaporated in the first quarter, leading the gaming retailer to eliminate its dividend.
The company has a lot of small stores that may not be able to fill a niche.
The video game retailer sells a product that’s moving to a digital model.
With no dividend, GameStop has lost its allure for many investors. But preserving cash could improve the company's chances of executing a successful turnaround.
GameStop is grappling with how it will adapt to a cloud gaming future.
Poor earnings results weighed on several companies.