Capcom can be potentially sold if shareholders decide to do so

Capcom as of late has been facing many problems as of late, with it’s fans and financially. Now it’s a tight situation. If shareholders owning stock of Capcom unite and feel it’s not doing how they want to, they can put them up for sale, and another company would be able to buy them out. How is this possible? You may be asking yourself right now.

You see, back in 2008, Capcom, the Japanese company, was in serious trouble. They had to go the an emergency plan, which helped them from being bought-out from anther company, so they decided to sell more stock to their shareholders in order to have more money in the bank. After Yoshinori Ono declared on Twitter that he had officially left Capcom Vancouver. Ono was the director in Capcom Vancouver.

Capcom released a statement today regarding the situation and how Capcom plans on continuing to excel as a company:

Despite of non-approval of Renewal of Takeover Defence at the 35th Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders, Capcom will continue to focus on further preserving and enhancing corporate value and common interests of its shareholders. If there is any large-scale purchaser of Capcom stock, we will react to make necessary measures within the admissible limits of applicable laws and regulations. In addition, we will react to take steps to ensure disclosure of the position of the board of directors and other information and that there is sufficient time for shareholders to examine the proposed large-scale purchase and reach a decision.

What do you think of Capcom’s future, could a company buy them out, or will they be wise enough to make some serious changes? If they go for sale, would you like Nintendo buying them? Let us know in the comment section.



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