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An investment group has attacked the bonus package as “not justified” by the video game giant’s share performance.
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Oliver Hart is a professor of economics at Harvard University. Hart won the Nobel Prize in economics in 2016 for his work in contract theory and is the author of "Firms, Contracts, and Financial Structure." Hart sat down with Business…