Bobby Kotick, despite being heavily criticized for his role in Activision Blizzard’s employee sexual abuse scandal, will remain on the company’s board of directors for another year.
A meeting of stockholders was held to vote on five suggestions, including the list of 10 directors that includes Kotick. There are two main types of the publication: Document detailing the results shows that over 533 million investors voted in Kotick’s favor against 62.5 million who voted against him. Zwei million shareholders abstained.
This means Kotick will continue to hold his position until Activision’s 2023 stockholder meeting next summer. This news is coming after Kotick was criticized for apparently failing to disclose his true identity. hiding details of the company’s abuse problemsSome employees were able to get shares from investors, which led some of them and their shareholders to Call for his resignation. Kotick responded by Reduce his salary until “transformational gender goals” were met. Activision now has new talent Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer.
Although Kotick remains on Activision’s board, his future as CEO once Microsoft’s acquisition of the company is complete It remains to be determined. The deal isn’t expected to go through until sometime next summer, possibly around the time of the next stockholder meeting.
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