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Zynga more and more in the crisis?

It seems as if the new year ain’t starting well for Zynga, which is famous for
some games in Facebook, amonst them Zynga Poker, Farmville and other
microecologically touched games that require the purchase of virtual goods
to gain advantages over freeplay gamers.

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January 2, 2013Netspark No Comments »
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Zynga looses COO John Schappert

While Zynga has to fight with low business figures of the last quarter, the mana-
gement undergoes another change. John Schappert, who has been acquired
from EA, has left Zynga. As Mark Pincus has limited the competences of John
Schappert, this was the only logical consequence.

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August 9, 2012Netspark No Comments »
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And there it is: Facebook stock drops!

What sceptic stock analysts have expected has now happened: The
facebook stock shares have reached a new all-time low: 24 USD is not
what shareholders have wanted but stagnating member numbers and
an operative loss of USD 157M is not a good sign for high share value!

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July 27, 2012Netspark No Comments »
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Zynga looses stock market value by 6%!

As I have written just this saturday, today the stock papers of Zynga had to proove theirselves
on the market today. And the start wasn’t that good! Actually, Zynga is at 9 dollar per share.
Their deepest dip was at 8.8 dollar per share and thus 6% less than the opening value!
Okay, the NASDAQ didn’t have a good start either but it seems there’s some doubt around!

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December 19, 2011Netspark No Comments »
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Zynga, the stock market and the rates…

Well, today Zynga had to profile itself with the stock market enter they have fulfilled these days.
At a rate of 10 dollars per share, they issued 100 million shares which brought 1 billion dollars
into the pockets of Zynga, creator of Farmville & Co. Such games you play usually on Facebook.
So how will the stock perform? On monday we will see if the stock is still up to code!

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December 17, 2011Netspark No Comments »
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