Ville Ville Ville.
This seems fitting somehow.
Promises to release games and confidential docs.
Yet revenue is up $141 million since last year.
"We always feel bad when people lose their jobs," EA's Peter Moore says.
UPDATE: Five per cent of the full-time workforce laid off, 13 games shuttered, Boston studio closed, UK and Japan may follow.
"Let's not lose sight of the bigger picture."
Resignation nothing to do with any disagreement, Zynga insists.
Has the social games bubble burst?
Follow-up to Facebook behemoth takes root.
DIY developers discuss what it means to go solo, and whether the label really matters.
FarmVille maker Zynga contributed $444 million last year.
Gamedoctors, Page 44, Astro Ape and HipLogic join the social collective.
Toy Story scribes to adapt Zynga cash cow?
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Zynga accused of Facebook skulduggery.
FarmVille dev reveals secrets of its success.
Facebook gaming bubble about to burst?
Singer to farm unicorns, sheep on bikes.
Insufficient "social potential", says Zynga
We have "premium" soil.