While we wait with bated breath for Pete’s Supreme Court coverage, let’s hop in the wayback machine and revisit the good times of GP’s early days.
Remember, years ago, when GamePolitics was all over any news concerning GTA series publisher Take-Two’s upper management. Yes, if Paul Eibeler or Strauss Zelnick so much as blew their noses, boy howdy, we were there to report it.
Well, some of you may be interested to know that Take-Two Executive Chairman Strauss Zelnick will be adding the role of Chief Executive Officer to his resume as current CEO Ben Feder will be stepping down on January 1, 2011. Said Feder:
"I am proud of our team for transforming Take-Two into a more profitable, more diversified and growth-oriented company. As a result of the team’s efforts, the Company today is in the strongest financial and operational condition in its history. Now that the Company is in a position of strength and is poised for solid performance in the future, the time is right for me to honor certain commitments that I have made to my family."
Zelnick, for his part, had a few parting words:
"The Board of Directors and I want to thank Ben Feder for his leadership, which has been a major element in the tremendous progress of Take-Two over a period of nearly four years. Our success also has been a team effort, built on the strengths, talents and dedication of many professionals."
Additionally, Executive Vice President Karl Slatoff last week transitioned to the newly created role of Chief Operating Officer.
Just as interesting as Supreme Court news, right?
-Reporting from San Diego, GamePolitics Correspondent Andrew Eisen