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Recent articles about Zynga
President of publishing Bernard Kim talks about long-running live ops games and the decision to sunset or reinvest in them
Merge Dragons and Empires & Puzzles both see a record quarter
Words With Friends and Draw Something players may have had usernames, passwords, other information stolen
Tami Sigmund says anti-crunch culture and carefully considered development processes both crucial to avoiding overwork
COO Matt Bromberg: "We're trying to take a measured approach"
Mobile publisher raises year-long guidance following record performances from Empires & Puzzles, Merge Dragons! and mobile Words With Friends
New Bengaluru office will facilitate growth in the company's Indian headcount
If successful, it would add to the $600m raised from the sale of its San Francisco headquarters
Zynga's rapid rise was matched only by the speed of its fall from grace -- but its turnaround in recent years has been a dramatic third act
Building sold to real estate firm but Zynga will still operate there, sharing with AirBnB and more
Bernard Kim explains the strategy on deals for Star Wars and Game of Thrones Slots Casino, then ties addiction debate to Garth Brooks
Publisher credits "outstanding performances" from Empires & Puzzles and Merge Dragons for helping top line and hurting bottom line
Frank Gibeau says casual games firm has a great partnership with both Apple and Google
Company reports second profitable year in a row after a lengthy period of recovery
CEO Frank Gibeau discusses acquisition approach as publisher picks up Empires & Puzzles studio for $560 million, raises guidance
Mobile revenue reaches $212 million in Q3 2018
Both licensed games will be casual, mobile experiences to be developed at company's US studios
Publisher will also take over mobile tower defense game Star Wars: Commander
Social publisher beats guidance with $233.9 million in non-GAAP sales, net losses of just over $900,000
But Frank Gibeau tells GamesIndustry.biz recovering firm is not on a buying spree, pips Merge Dragons as new forever franchise
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