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Zynga's Repositioning Could Get It Back in the Game
MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL Few companies have had a worse 2012 than Zynga (NASDAQ:ZNGA). Since its IPO the company has lost a good deal of its management staff its exclusivity deal with Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and nearly $8 off its stock price which is down to $2.46 per share. However rather than admitting defeat Zynga has decided to restructure and reposition its business strategies to go after profits in the smartphone tablet and gambling industries which could help the company secure its long-term future. It’s possible that all these strikes against the developer could actually be helping it mature into a more stable ...
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