Angry Birds movie seems to have given Rovio new hope
Rovio will have to show that Angry Birds can continue to lay golden eggs, or find another goose
How do you follow a massive hit like Angry Birds? Maybe the answer is that you don’t.
Rovio, the Finnish company behind the game, is reported to be lining up an initial public offering (IPO) of its shares in the autumn with a view to raising about €340 million. Such a listing would value Rovio at €1.7 billion.
The question that has been asked consistently of Rovio since Angry Birds arrived in 2009...
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