For Zynga investors, the stock's performance this year obviously has been disappointing. It appears that this company will be run autocratically by Pincus for the foreseeable future.
And, as Rich Greenfield of BTIG has been asking for the past week, why is it that Zynga demoted Schappert on July 2 but made no mention of it publicly, not even during its second-quarter earnings call -- in which Schappert participated -- only to reveal it later? Shouldn't the company have mentioned it earlier?
It's decisions like that which leave you scratching your head and wondering what the future of Zynga is going to be.
At the time of publication, Jackson had no positions in stocks mentioned.
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