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  • Zynga prices shares between $8.50 and $10

     
    Zynga said it plans to raise $1.15 billion in an initial public offering of its shares....
  • Zynga stock priced at $10 a share

     
    Zynga Inc. priced its stock at $10 a share late Thursday, giving the San Francisco social games publisher a $9-billion valuation, including options and grants to company executives....
  • Zynga on schedule to price its IPO Thursday

     
    For Zynga Inc. and its chief executive Mark Pincus, Christmas eve could very well be Thursday night, when its shares are expected to be priced for an initial public offering on Nasdaq and begin trading Friday....
  • Jeffrey Katzenberg on why he joined Zynga's board

     
    Jeffrey Katzenberg became aware of Zynga the same way Alec Baldwin did -- by getting hooked on the company's social games....
  • Zynga snatches Barry Cottle from Electronic Arts

     
    Barry Cottle, former head of Electronic Arts' mobile and social games business, has joined Zynga as executive vice president of business and corporate development....
  • The Morning Fix: 'Contraband' on top. Sykes to Clear Channel.

     
    A legal fight over Golden Globes. A big hire for Clear Channel. Box office wrap....
  • What are the odds of Zynga getting into online gambling?

     
    Zynga may be following the money, exploring the world of online gambling. But a dive into the legally murky area of online betting is not likely to be imminent....
  • Zynga plans $400-million secondary stock offering

     
    Zynga, the maker of online games FarmVille and Words With Friends, said it will seek to raise $400 million in a secondary public stock offering and rejigger when employees can sell their shares, moves designed to help prevent a sudden drop in the price of...
  • Games publisher King.com topples EA, Wooga on Facebook, for now

     
    King.com, a small but highly profitable game developer based in the U.K. and in Sweden, knocks Wooga and Electronic Arts off the chart as the No. 2 game publisher on Facebook, as measured by daily players, on Tuesday....
  • Facebook announces 'app center', paid apps

    Facebook announces 'app center', paid apps
    Facebook users who haven't yet discovered the joys of FarmVille or plugged in to the sounds of Spotify will be getting an easier way to find apps that run on the site. On Thursday, the site unveiled Facebook App Center, a clearinghouse for social apps...
  • Facebook may give access to children under 13

    Facebook may give access to children under 13
    SAN FRANCISCO — How young is too young to join Facebook? The Menlo Park, Calif., company currently bans anyone under age 13 from joining the world's most popular social network. Yet an estimated 7.5 million preteens — most of them under age...
  • Facebook Files For Initial Public Stock Offering, Seeks to Raise $5 Billion

    Facebook Files For Initial Public Stock Offering, Seeks to Raise $5 Billion
    NEW YORK -- At long last, the Holy Grail of Internet IPOs is here. Facebook filed Wednesday to raise $5 billion in an initial public offering. In 2011, Facebook earned $1 billion on sales of $3.7 billion. As of December 31, Facebook had 845 million...