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Aug. 30, 2009

Gamer Leads Activision Legal Work

When people talk about video games and quarters these days, it's usually in reference the industry's strong earnings. But there was a time when George Rose, Activision Blizzard's top lawyer, used to plink coin after coin into the machines at his local arcade.

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When people talk about video games and quarters these days, it's usually in reference to the industry's strong earnings.

But there was a time when George Rose, Activision Blizzard's top lawyer, used to plink coin after coin into the machines at his local arcade.

Rose landed at Activision in 1995 and filled several roles until he became chief legal officer in 2008, when the company merged with Vivendi's game unit to form Activision Blizzard,... (continued)

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