Zynga denies bullying claims

Zynga’s CEO Mark Pincus says allegations of internal stock bulling are based on hearsay and innuendo”.

It was alleged yesterday that some Zynga staff have been pressured into giving up their shares of the company before Zynga goes public.

TheWall Street Journalclaimed that at least two staff had hired attorneys, and gave up some of their shares to reach a settlement with the social games giant.

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