Zynga experienced quite the free fall in 2012. Wall Street watched as CEO Mark Pincus made business decisions that ate up Zynga's money, sent more than a dozen executives fleeing and left Zynga's stock down more than 80 percent by the year's end.
Wall Street is watching again today, as the social-gaming company releases its latest quarterly earnings. Last quarter, the company reported a loss of $52.7 million. Zynga has tried to pick up the pieces in recent months, cutting costs through layoffs and shuttering failing games.
The stock tumbled almost 4 percent yesterday -- $2.… Read more