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2-11-2010 @ 1:06PM
So much stuff about conference calls... makes me wonder how you guys get that info - it Michael Sacco hiding in the rafter at Blizz headquarters with a tiny tape-deck and microphone?
2-11-2010 @ 1:10PM
Most large corporations (can't think of one of the top of my head that doesn't) have "public" conference calls to update investors.
2-11-2010 @ 1:26PM
Mir is correct. Most large corporations have quarterly calls to discuss earnings/strategy/etc. The one at the end of the fiscal year is usually the most important because it discusses how the company met the goals for the past year, the goals for the next year (and often the strategy to meet those goals). Think of it as a State of the Union address for corporations.
2-11-2010 @ 2:22PM
Public calls can be listened to by anybody, hence the term public call.You simply dial in and listen to the call recording. I don't have the number for this one, but I am sure it's somewhere.
2-11-2010 @ 5:04PM
Hi dude ....The complete official transcript of the Activision Blizzard press conference can be found on specialized sites the day after:http://seekingalpha.com/article/187939-activision-blizzard-inc-q4-2009-earnings-call-transcript?source=feed&page=6 Financial info is just too important for the stock holders....
2-11-2010 @ 7:00PM
To topic:I agree, the present lvl 1 - 12 grind is terribly boring. Players are used to getting more than 1 ability to start. Hopefully Cat.Xpac will make it a lot more fun - like playing Fable or Mass Effect or even War or Conan at the beginnings. Easily Conan has the best 1 - 10 start - its the rest that was a let down - Talking quest givers with A1 rate voice actors is very immersive. And abilities that auto learn as you ding your early levels would be much better, since Blizzard is all about telling a story.
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