By any reasonable measure, things are pretty good at video game maker Electronic Arts these days. Last month, the company’s stock topped $100 for the first time and now trades at close to $110 a share, putting its market cap at just over $34 billion. And this week, it hosted 15,000 fans at its EA Play event — an independent fan fair being held at the same time as (but a good distance from) E3, the industry’s annual trade show.
The story was very different four years ago, however.
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