The enter*active file

December 1994
Billboard;12/3/94, Vol. 106 Issue 49, p82
Trade Publication
Reports on Sega's planned investment in Atari Corporation. Regulatory approval for the move; Sega's payment of $50 million in exchange for an Atari license covering the use of its patents; Equity investment.


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