In 2010, Don Mattrick held negotiations about buying Zynga with the man he has now replaced, Mark Pincus.
The Xbox executive faces a Herculean task of tossing the social-gaming company a lifeline, and risks getting dragged down himself.
New CEO Don Mattrick is said to be holding an all-hands meeting Tuesday to address the executive shuffle and his vision for the company.
In a blog post, Xbox chief Don Mattrick says Microsoft heard the outcry from gamers and changed the much-derided policies.
Zynga CEO Mark Pincus confirms that Interactive Entertainment Business head Don Mattrick will take over his position next week.
Don Mattrick sets his agenda during the company's earnings call and talks about why he loves Candy Crush, why he took the job, and how the company will dominate social gaming again.
Microsoft's Don Mattrick announces the new Xbox One. The new gaming system is completely rebuilt with a new Kinect, controller, and voice control so users can switch between programs.
Amid the hoopla over the new One, an Xbox executive reminds people without Internet connectivity that the venerable 360 is still available.
In a push to cut costs, become more efficient, and tread into the mobile market, the beleaguered game maker reveals some big changes with its earnings report.
Regina Dugan, currently vice president of engineering and leader of Google's Advanced Technology and Projects, shows interest in video games.