Former Take-Two Execs Plead Guilty In Options Case

Former Take-Two Interactive Software general counsel Kenneth Selterman and former chief accounting officer Patti Tay pleaded guilty today to charges related stock options backdating. The New York-based gaming company, best known for its “Grand Theft Auto” series, is now controlled by a consortium of investors led by Strauss Zelnick and his ZelnickMedia group. Reuters

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