Zynga is an overnight success, a year from now.
If you're already in and now holding a bag full of shares at a loss, your best bet is to sell as quickly as you can.
Not all the news for J.C. Penney was bad. Online sales continue to improve and closing stores will improve the financial outlook.
With cost savings and expanding gambling, I don't see a reason why shareholders shouldn't expect a return to profitability in the second quarter and 2014.
Here's why I think Twitter and Zynga are at the opposites in terms of investments.
Focus on guidance more than last quarter's results. Yahoo! and Facebook expected to beat year-earlier earnings.
Maybe YoVille can be saved and become a source of profit again, but Zynga will never know, because it is killing the game and not willing to find out.
You should expect short-term weakness that may give you another chance to buy shares.
The experience Zynga and Facebook gain in the U.K. market perfectly pave the way towards other markets including the Americas and Asia.
Chen is ditching the losing handset unit and concentrating on strengths, namely secure enterprise software and solutions.