Kotick Would "Consider" Leaving Activision Blizzard

The WSJ (may require registration or subscription) follows up on its recent reporting on Bobby Kotick's alleged role in a toxic workplace culture at Activision Blizzard that's resulted in multiple investigations and lawsuits. This states that the embattled CEO has told senior managers he would "consider" leaving the company if he can't "quickly" fix its culture problems. Tom Henderson helps us with the site's paywall by tweeting the relevant portion:
Activision Blizzard Inc. Chief Executive Bobby Kotick has told senior managers he would consider leaving the company if he can't quickly fix the culture problems at the videogame giant, according to people familiar with his comments.

Mr. Kotick, who has led Activision for three decades, stopped short of saying he would step down in a Friday meeting with executives of the company's Blizzard Entertainment unit, but left the possibility open if misconduct issues across the company weren't fixed "with speed," these people said.

Mr Kotick is facing criticism from Activision employees, investors and business partners over how he and the company have handled allegations of sexual misconduct. Some employees and investors have called for him to resign in the wake of a Wall Street Journal investigation into his handling of sexual misconduct allegations and multiple regulatory probes into the company's culture.