“Right now, I’m pretty bored with all games.” That’s Mark Pincus, founder of Farmville company Zynga, as he spoke with an assemblage of tech entrepreneurs in Israel last night. Bored? More like not paying attention. It’s an incredibly exciting time in game development now, Mr. Pincus. All you need to do to see that is…
Zynga's had a rough year.
Well, now you've done it. Yes you, Facebook user, you've made Mark Pincus cry.
Zynga CEO Mark Pincus dumped $200 million worth of stock this past April, three months before his company's stock suddenly tanked last night, according to a new report.
Every year, Time magazine rounds up what they call "The TIME 100," a list of the most influential personalities of the year. In many ways the round-up is simply a rogue's gallery of "here's who you probably heard of recently," but the list is an interesting way to track what seems to be taking precedence in the…
The man behind monster hits FarmVille, Mafia Wars and CityVille is scrambling to reclaim some of the stock options he handed out to long-time employees, the Wall Street Journal reports.
During this morning's keynote speech at Apple's WWDC 2010 event, Zynga CEO Mark Pincus took the stage to introduce FarmVille for the iPhone.