The Facebook Effect: Zynga Trading at All-Time Low

Following Facebook’s initial trade on the Nasdaq, Zynga’s stock tanked, hitting an all-time low. The social game maker, which makes up 15 percent of Facebook’s revenue, did not benefit from the company’s public offering. In early trading this morning, Zynga’s shares fell 13.30 percent, or $1.10 apiece, to a new low of $7.17. Zynga went public in December at $10 a share.


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There’s a lot of attention and PR around Marissa, but their product lineup just kind of blows.

— Om Malik on Bloomberg TV, talking about Yahoo, the September issue of Vogue Magazine, and our overdependence on Google