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The Angry Birds Movie profits help Rovio double revenue as IPO rumors grow

Rovio Entertainment reported that its second quarter revenues grew 94 percent as revenue from both games and The Angry Birds Movie roll in. That’s good news for Rovio, considering rumors are rife that the company will have an initial public offering sometime soon. Bloomberg reported that the Finnish game studio could raise $400 million from […]
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