Zynga loses mobile VP, report says

Executives continue to leave the game maker, with one of the latest departures being a vice president of mobile, Bloomberg reports.

At least four Zynga executives have resigned this month, including a vice president of mobile, Bloomberg reported today.

That's more bad news for the company as it continues to struggle with making money on the quickly growing mobile platform.

Ya-Bing Chu, a vice president in the company's mobile division, and Jeremy Strauser, a general manager, resigned this month, unnamed sources told Bloomberg.

Their departures follow that of Erik Bethke, a general manager of Mafia Wars 2, and Alan Patmore, a general manager for CityVille -- both publicly revealed their departure from the company earlier this week.

After a disappointing earnings period, the company launched a reorganization effort that resulted in Chief Operating Officer John Schappert resigning .

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