Entries in 'zynga' (25)
Don Mattrick needs to go – that’s according to BTIG analyst Rich Greenfield.
Zynga's troubles to adapt to a mobile-led market continue, with its 2014 fiscal results showing a net loss of $226m.
Five years on from the release of the original, Zynga has updated one of the smartphone’s most successful properties.
Zynga’s senior VP of mobile Travis Boatman, head of acquisitions Terence Fung and studio president Steve Chiang have all left the company.
Zynga has lost nearly half of its daily active userbase and more than half of its monthly active users in the last year.
Zynga co-founder Mark Pincus is to step down from his role as chief product officer.
Social gaming company Zynga has hired David Lee to serve as its chief financial officer and chief accounting officer.
Zynga is taking a mobile-first approach to its game development as its moves to make up lost ground in the rapidly expanding mobile market.
Zynga has announced the $527m purchase of UK/US-based studio, NaturalMotion.
Zynga has posted its latest quarterly earnings report, announcing a net loss of $68k on revenue of $203m – a 36 per cent decline from the same period last year.
The boss of EA’s mobile business has delivered a scathing verdict on its casual gaming rival Zynga.
Zynga's Justin Waldron is leaving the company he co-founded over six years ago.
The founder and chairman of troubled social games giant Zynga has made a startling admission.
Former EA and Zynga executive John Schappert has opened new game development studio, Shiver Entertainment.
Three top level executives have made “abrupt departures” from Zynga, according to an internal memo from CEO Don Mattrick.
The creator of hit mobile game Draw Something is dead following Zynga’s decision to axe the OMGPOP website.
Zynga has announced financial results for the second quarter in its fiscal year, reporting a $15.8m loss for the three month period concluded at the end of June.
JiggeryPokery founder and former Zynga UK boss Matthew Wiggins has expressed concern over the viability of large mobile game developers.
Man of the moment Don Mattrick has been described as “a division head who lives like a Saudi prince”.
Michael Pachter has claimed that recently departed Xbox boss Don Mattrick was the No.1 choice for the vacant CEO role at EA.
Former Xbox boss Don Mattrick could earn in the region of $50m from new employer Zynga.
Don Mattrick’s move from Microsoft to Zynga has been widely criticized as jumping from one sinking ship to another, but some in the money matters business think the hiring could ...
Zynga has confirmed that it has hired Xbox boss Don Mattrick as its new CEO.
Zynga’s vice president of partner publishing Rob Dyer has left the troubled casual gaming firm.