Take-Two Investors Sue, Bail

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recently announced comp package, among other issues.

Meanwhile other investors have complained in different ways: Oppenheimer Funds, TTWO’s largest shareholder, has sold 8.8 million shares, or about half of its 23% stake in the company. Fidelity, previously the second largest shareholder, sold 7.5 million shares, dropping its stake from 14.7% to 2.75%.

TTWO shares, valued in ERTS’ offer at $26, are now down to $24.85.

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