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Facebook game publisher Zynga's stock didn't do as well as expected on the first day of trading as its stock price fell 5 percent to $9.50 on the NASDAQ stock market.
Zynga, the popular Facebook game publisher of titles like Farmville, Cityville and others, launches its IPO today on the NASDAQ stock market with a starting price of $10 a share.
Zynga announced that it will being trading its stock publicly on December 16. It plans to issue 100 million shares with a price of between $8.50 to $10 a share, which gives Zynga a $10 billion value.
Facebook game publisher Zynga reports that profits from its last fiscal quarter dropped down 95 percent from the same period a year ago as its player base shrank by 3 million players.
Zynga, the company responsible for the creation of FarmVille, Mafia Wars and multiple other Flash-based games, has received a lawsuit from Segan LLC.
Zynga has joined a partnership with the Chinese company Tencent, who operate some of the largest online networks in China, including an instant messaging client called Tencent QQ. As The Telegraph outlines, the partnership allows...
After months of speculation, the popular Facebook game publisher Zynga has finally and officially filed for its public stock offering. AllThingsDigital reports that the company, in its filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission,...
It's been rumored for months but the Facebook-based game publisher Zynga could be close to finally filing for that long awaited public stock offering. CBNC.com reports via unnamed sources that the company could file papers...
The concept is simple: Users click to build houses, cows, and turnips, wait a few hours, and then click again for the same thing. According to the New York Times this formula has led Zynga,...
As Facebook becomes the fastest-growing social gaming platform, the company came by unique challenges that continue to follow its growth. The platform-holder has had to balance the needs of game developers who depend on exposure...
Casual game developer Zynga announced that they will be bringing their Facebook smash hit, FarmVille, to “various mobile platforms.” A Zynga spokesperson told Mashable, “Zynga plans to expand to various mobile platforms. We cannot provide...