John Schappert leaves troubled company amid disappointing earnings and a plummeting stock price.
Another executive leaves the social-gaming company and it reorganizes its leadership again to give CEO mark Pincus more control over product.
Lawsuits against the Farmville-maker are beginning to pile up with allegations of executives keeping slumping revenue and user growth a secret.
Executives continue to leave the game maker, with one of the latest departures being a vice president of mobile, Bloomberg reports.
The troubled game maker loses its chief marketing officer and CTO of infrastructure, the latest in a growing executive exodus.
The founding executive at Web pioneer Yahoo is the first woman to sit on the social-game publisher's board.
John Schappert, who began his video game industry career at Electronic Arts, left the company in 2007 to be a corporate VP at Microsoft. He's now going back to EA as COO.
Wilson Kriegel, who came to Zynga as the chief revenue officer for Omgpop, is the latest in a growing executive exodus.
Mike Verdu is leaving the company to start another gaming firm, which will have financial backing from Zynga.
The company's declining stock price and financial troubles is making Zynga offer up stock options to all employees.