Mark Pincus

“Win The Future” is drawing criticism as a tone-deaf attempt to reshape the Democratic Party.
"To a large degree, the gaming industry is hit-driven,” said Brian Blau, an analyst with the Gartner Group. “It's not like
For the past few years, Sydney Finkelstein, professor at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business and author of Why Smart
Zynga's stock has since taken a beating. On Tuesday, the stock was trading at $2.93, a drop of almost 70 percent from its
Real life is complicated and dinner at six with the kids, especially for most working parents, not always possible. We regular moms have to give ourselves permission for the occasional slip.
Zynga's success in building social games on Facebook will open the floodgates, encouraging even more apps in industries such
"Mark Pincus is absolutely going to call the shots going forward, so if you believe in him and what he says and what he has
However the details unfold, Pincus has certainly built an empire of a company -- and his sweet SF pad is testament to the
$597 million: Revenue in 2010 $121 million: Revenue in 2009 The majority of Zynga's revenue is derived from a "small percentage
We've come to yet another crossroads where we have to ask, technology is awesome and we invented it, but what can it do for us? And more importantly, how can it make us better human beings?
If news media outlets want to thrive in this new environment, they need to start thinking of themselves as apps.
You know the names Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates -- the giants behind Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft. But at
One way to tell the story is to say that Mr. Pincus' two sons want to sell off their father's $50 million, 7,000-square-foot