Zynga can't wait to buy more companies.
Adam Rifkin stashed this in Zynga!
“We love finding great, accomplished teams that share our mission and vision,” Pincus told Bloomberg. “If we ever see breakout opportunities that massively accelerate social gaming at Zynga, we’ll aggressively pursue those, too.”
CEO Mark Pincus is apparently dispatched personally when a startup needs to be convinced that Zynga is a friendly place to work. As our own Dean Takahashi has reported, Zynga has had a hard time shaking its “evil” image. Then again, most everyone has a price.
In Silicon Valley's Game of Thrones, it's always good to send in your king personally.