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Former Zynga COO David Ko on the $20B market he's hoping to grab a piece of Former Zynga COO David Ko left the company after he was passed over for the CEO spot, but he's not bitter. Ko said he's enjoying the extra time his hiatus gives him to work
42 Washington: Zynga Inc. has reportedly settled a trademark lawsuit against casual sex app 'Bang With Friends' over charges that the latter used 'With Friends' in its name, which was close to the names of many games developed by the game maker.
The company behind Bang With Friendsthe website and mobile app that pretty much promises to help you do what it says on the labelsent out a statement Monday announcing that it had reached an amicable resolution of a trademark dispute with game maker
plunged 16.10% (or US$4.15 ) to US$21.63 with 74.75 million shares exchanged hands, compared to its average daily volume 5.80 million shares. The company cuts this year profit and revenue outlook due to the weak demand for airport car rentals.
Months after becoming Twitter Inc.'s finance chief, Mike Gupta is talking to banks about handling the company's initial public offering, a sign that the most anticipated stock-market debut since Facebook Inc...The microblogging website has held
Three executives are departing Zynga as part of an executive reshuffling by the online game maker's new CEO, Don Mattrick. Earlier this summer, Zynga Inc. hired Mattrick from Microsoft, where he led the Xbox business. Mark Pincus, Zynga's founder,
At struggling casual video games company Zynga Inc. , the name of the game appears to be "Restructuring With Friends." The management shuffle comes as Mattrick, who took over for Zynga's founder Mark Pincus as CEO last month, tries to get the
Don Mattrick, formerly of Microsoft, took over the role in July, and now he's starting to throw his weight around. The social-gaming publisher is reorganizing its management structure, according to All Things D . Chief operating officer David Ko,
lost 0.55% (or US$0.15 ) to US$26.92 with 12.37 million shares exchanging hands, compared to its average daily volume 15.28 million shares. Pennystocksinsiders.com found company Chief Operating Officer, James S. Rosenthal , sold his shares at a price
Electronic Arts, the world's leading gaming company, announced that John Riccitiello will step down as Chief Executive Officer and as a member of the Board of Directors, effective March 30. The Board has appointed Larry Probst as Executive Chairman