Activision Is Buying Candy Crush Creator for $5.9 Billion

Candy Crush game maker King Digital just scored a sweet $5.9 billion buyout from Activision Blizzard, the company behind popular games such as "Call of Duty" and "World of Warcraft."
0:33 | 11/03/15

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The maker of the wildly popular mobile game candy crushed sound is being sold for nearly six billion dollars. The deal with the king digital entertainment will strengthen the portfolio of Activision Blizzard. Publisher of successful game franchises like call of duty and World of Warcraft. Google hopes to be using drones to deliver packages to customers' doorsteps in two years that's according to. Leader of Google's project wing as it's called other retailers including Amazon and Alibaba are also experimenting with drone delivery.

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