Company's value now at about $2.4 billion.
Zynga is shutting offices in Dallas, New York, and Los Angeles.
A partnership between Rethink Education and NewSchools marks an "unprecedented step" in the alignment of public and private education investors.
Zynga cofounder Mark Pincus just announced plans to launch an accelerator for startups developing educational games.
Zynga also killed two unreleased games, but it is on the verge of launching Draw Something 2.
Still, shareholders are spooked. Zynga's stock is trading down, perhaps because metrics and outlook are weak.
Mark Pincus will also refuse any bonuses or equity awards.
Venture capitalist John Doerr joins Zynga's board of directors.
Zynga's No. 2 executive says success in mobile will depend on delivering core franchises.
Editor's Pick It's easy to take shots at Riccitiello's record, but his successes and failures were complex.
Rumors that Yahoo might buy Zynga are fading as Bing Gordon talks about the magic of independence.
FarmVille 2 is the company's best launch in two years.
While Zynga is still technically losing money in the fourth quarter, its earnings report is cheering up the stock market.
Guest Post The former chief game designer of Zynga explains his own exit.
From game violence to sex chat, game companies got into hot water in 2012.
Zynga is shutting down 11 games soon as part of a cost-cutting measure, according to TechCrunch. The free-to-play games are either unpopular or are older titles that stopped monetizing well. Still, some of those, like PetVille (pictured above), had millions …
The social-gaming giant withdraws from Japan as it looks to cut costs.
Zynga had a rough 2012. So rough that its chief executive is the fourth worst CEO of the year, according to one list.
David Ko will step into chief operations officer role
Editor's Pick In the short run, buying Zynga is a better deal than taking over THQ.