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Zynga CEO Mark Pincus gives a presentation in 2011.
April 12, 2015 Zynga's former CEO is back, less than two years after leaving the company he founded. The company had a smash hit with Farmville on Facebook, but has struggled to stay current in new markets.
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The corporate logo for Zynga, center, is shown on an electronic billboard at the Nasdaq MarketSite on Friday.
December 16, 2011 In its first day of trading, the stock lost 5 percent, but the social gaming company still raised $1 billion, making it the biggest tech IPO since Google in 2004.
Zynga CEO Mark Pincus speaks at a Zynga event in October 2011.
December 2, 2011 Getting ready for its initial public offering later this month, Zynga set its share price at $8 to $10.
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