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EA's top executives sell massive stock amounts

Electronic Arts' executive vice president Patrick Soderlund and general counsel Stephen Bene sold all their company shares, while chief operating officer Peter Moore sold off nearly half of his, according to the company's SEC filings.

Soderlund cashed out 36,133 shares for more than $1.2 million, while Bene sold 7,771 shares for more than $259,555. Moore, who sold 100,000 shares for about $3.4 million, still owns 108,691 shares in the company.

We've reached out to Electronic Arts and will update accordingly.

Last year, then executive vice president Andrew Wilson and Bene sold a total of 57,085 of their company shares. Wilson was named CEO of EA later that year.

EA recently announced that the company was performing better than expected for the fourth quarter of its 2014 fiscal year, as well as the full year, thanks to titles such as Battlefield 4 and Titanfall. Electronic Arts will show as many as six new titles during this year's E3, while Star Wars: Battlefront is expected to make an appearance as well.

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