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    Zynga Chief Operating Officer Clive Downie Resigns

    DJ Business News – 7:02 PM ET 04/23/2015

    Zynga Inc. Chief Operating Officer Clive Downie has resigned, marking the second executive change for the game company this month after an April 8 announcement that Mark Pincus returned as chief executive to replace Don Mattrick. Downie joined Zynga (ZNGA) in late 2013 from social gaming company DeNA. Zynga (ZNGA) said in a filing that Mr.

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    Zynga Appoints Louis J. Lavigne, Jr. to Board of Directors

    GlobeNewswire – 4:39 PM ET 04/23/2015

    Zynga Inc. (ZNGA), a leading provider of social game services, today announced that Louis J. Lavigne, Jr., former Genentech Inc. Chief Financial Officer, has joined the company's Board of Directors. A photo accompanying this release is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/newsroom/prs/?pkgid=32373. "I'm excited to welcome Lou to our Board of Directors during this important time.

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    CEOs get paid even when they quit, because they can

    MarketWatch – 3:09 PM ET 04/13/2015

    Companies need to offer downside protection to recruit top talent. It sounds fishy, that Mattel Inc. (MAT) could say its chief executive officer quit, but still pay him severance, and then hire him back as a consultant. But that's just how the world works for those privileged few in C-level executive positions.

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    Gap shares decline as sales fall at namesake store

    MarketWatch – 5:10 PM ET 04/09/2015

    By Wallace Witkowski and Sue Chang, MarketWatch. Citrix Systems (CTXS) shares fall on cut outlook. SAN FRANCISCO-- Gap Inc. (GPS) shares fell in the extended session Thursday after the March same-store sales at the clothes retailer's namesake brand declined more than expected.

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    U.S. stocks score gains as energy shares rally

    MarketWatch – 4:43 PM ET 04/09/2015

    By Anora Mahmudova and Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch. Alcoa (AA), Bed Bath& Beyond shares drop after earnings results. NEW YORK-- U.S. stocks ended Thursday's choppy trading session with modest gains helped by a rally in energy and health-care sectors.

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    MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Score Gains As Energy Shares Rally

    DJ Business News – 4:43 PM ET 04/09/2015

    By Anora Mahmudova and Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch. Alcoa (AA), Bed Bath& Beyond shares drop after earnings results. NEW YORK-- U.S. stocks ended Thursday's choppy trading session with modest gains helped by a rally in energy and health-care sectors.

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    Investors' message to Zynga founder Pincus: We don't want you back!

    MarketWatch – 1:58 PM ET 04/09/2015

    Shares tumbled 66% from IPO price to when Pincus passed CEO role Don Mattrick in July 2013. Investors make it loud and clear to Zynga Inc. (ZNGA) founder Mark Pincus that they don't want him back running the company. There are three ways investors can express their feelings toward a company's decision: buy, hold or sell the stock.

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    How high-flying Hong Kong stock market could do real damage

    MarketWatch – 9:19 AM ET 04/09/2015

    Critical information ahead of the U.S. market's open. Stock futures are not happy this morning, post-FOMC minutes and a not-so-thrilling kickoff to earnings season from Alcoa (AA). Some are talking about that split among Fed members spooking markets.

  9. Zynga's stock tumbles 10% premarket after CEO departure late Wednesday

    MarketWatch – 8:36 AM ET 04/09/2015
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    PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - April 9

    Reuters – 12:55 AM ET 04/09/2015

    The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. * Energy companies have spent months in a state of strategic paralysis, wary of making big moves with oil prices plunging. * Disconcerting forecasts showing aging populations and increasing burdens on social services are weighing on governments throughout Europe.

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    PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - April 9

    Reuters – 12:20 AM ET 04/09/2015

    The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. * Like Israel and Saudi Arabia, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has his own reasons to be worried about Iran's framework nuclear agreement with the United States and other world powers.

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    Zynga CEO resigns, founder Mark Pincus steps back in

    Reuters – 8:14 PM ET 04/08/2015

    In an abrupt changing of the guard, Zynga (ZNGA) has announced that Chief Executive Don Mattrick will step down and founder Mark Pincus will return to lead the company as it struggles to adapt to the changing tastes of gamers. Zynga Inc's (ZNGA) shares, which have been below $5 for over a year, were down as much as 11 percent at $2.58 in extended trading following the news.

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    Alcoa shares decline as revenue falls short of Street view

    MarketWatch – 5:27 PM ET 04/08/2015

    By Wallace Witkowski and Sue Chang, MarketWatch. Zynga (ZNGA) shares drop on CEO departure. SAN FRANCISCO-- Alcoa Inc. (AA) shares declined in the extended session Wednesday after the aluminum manufacturer's quarterly revenue fell short of Wall Street estimates.

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    Zynga Founder Pincus Retakes CEO Post

    DJ Business News – 4:45 PM ET 04/08/2015

    Zynga Inc. (ZNGA) founder and Chairman Mark Pincus is taking back the reins at the troubled mobile-games company, ending Don Mattrick's less-than-two-year stint as chief executive. Pincus's return is effective immediately. Mattrick, the former head of Microsoft Corp.' s Xbox gaming division, resigned as CEO and is leaving the board.

  15. Zynga's stock tumbles 11% in after-hours trade after halt lifted

    MarketWatch – 4:35 PM ET 04/08/2015
  16. Zynga shares resume trading

    MarketWatch – 4:32 PM ET 04/08/2015
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    Zynga Founder Mark Pincus Retakes CEO Post

    DJ Business News – 4:24 PM ET 04/08/2015

    Zynga Inc. (ZNGA) founder and Chairman Mark Pincus is taking back the reins at the troubled mobile-games company, ending Don Mattrick's less-than-two-year stint as chief executive. Pincus's return to the maker of "FarmVille," "Words With Friends" and other mobile games is effective immediately, the company said. Mattrick, the former head of Microsoft Corp.' s Xbox gaming division, resigned as CEO and is leaving the board.

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    Zynga CEO resigns, founder Mark Pincus steps in

    Reuters – 4:18 PM ET 04/08/2015

    "FarmVille" creator Zynga Inc (ZNGA) said Chief Executive Don Mattrick resigned effective Wednesday. The gaming company said founder and chairman Mark Pincus will return as chief executive.

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    Zynga Founder Mark Pincus retakes CEO post

    MarketWatch – 4:16 PM ET 04/08/2015

    Zynga Inc. (ZNGA) founder and Chairman Mark Pincus is taking back the reins at the troubled mobile-games company, ending Don Mattrick's less-than-two-year stint as chief executive. Pincus's return to the maker of "FarmVille," "Words With Friends" and other mobile games is effective immediately, the company said. Mattrick, the former head of Microsoft Corp.' s Xbox gaming division, resigned as CEO and is leaving the board.

  20. Zynga's stock to resume trading at 4:35 p.m. Eastern

    MarketWatch – 4:12 PM ET 04/08/2015
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