Zynga Made Up 12% Of Facebook's Revenue Last Year But, One Year Prior, The Two Were 'Very Prepared To Break Up' (ZNGA, FB)

Zynga Made Up 12% Of Facebook's Revenue Last Year But, One Year Prior, The Two Were 'Very Prepared To Break Up' (ZNGA, FB)

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New Sarah Lacy recently had a fireside chat with Mark Pincus, the CEO and founder of Zynga. She asked him about Zynga's relationship with Facebook. Now, the companies are great partners. Zynga accounted for 12% of Facebook's 2011 revenue, according to Facebook's February S-1 filing. Pincus is also a Facebook investor....
Zynga Made Up 12% Of Facebook's Revenue Last Year But, One Year Prior, The Two Were 'Very Prepared To Break Up' (ZNGA, FB)
                       

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