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Zynga puts PetVille and more out to pasture

In its battle to cut costs, the game studio has been forced to close the door on more than 10 of its online and app-based games.

By December 31, 2012


What Zynga needs to show Wall Street today

The faltering social-gaming company has do to more than meet expectations for its earnings report Tuesday -- it's got to show that it's a changed business.

By February 5, 2013


Google dodges FTC's antitrust bullet (week in review)

Web giant agrees to make minor changes to its business practices, while Microsoft rolls out IE security fix. Also: Pink iPhones?

By January 4, 2013


FarmVille maker unleashes PetVille

FarmVille maker Zynga announces it has expanded its social-network offerings, allowing Facebook users to play a new game called PetVille.

By December 3, 2009


Zynga-Facebook exclusivity goes far beyond credits

A regulatory filing paints an intricate picture of the game maker's dependence on the social-networking giant's platform.

By July 18, 2011


Facebook looking to beef up e-commerce team

Two years after rumors abounded about a PayPal-like transaction platform atop the social network, the company is posting job listings for a "Facebook Payment Operations" team.

By January 12, 2010