Ngmoco co-founders Neil Young and Bob Stevenson have exited the DeNA-owned mobile social gaming firm, with Vice President of Studios Clive Downie named as CEO.
Zynga is slashing staff and pulling the plug on more than a dozen games in advance of what is expected to be a grim third-quarter earnings report.
Apple has hired Amazon executive William Stasior to lead its Siri software unit, All Things D reports. Amazon declined to comment on Stasior's exit.
Jolla, the Finnish startup building the open-source Sailfish mobile operating system, is reshuffling its executive team, elevating COO Marc Dillon to CEO.
Zynga is expanding its first-ever mobile role-playing games Montopia and Ayakashi: Ghost Guild to the Western market. The two free-to-play titles were initially introduced exclusively to Japanese consumers in early 2012.
Zynga CTO of Infrastructure Allan Leinwand has left the beleaguered social gaming giant to take a similar role at enterprise IT firm ServiceNow, GigaOm reports.
OnLive founder and CEO Steve Perlman is exiting his post, a move that follows just days after the beleaguered cloud gaming firm announced he would remain at its helm.
At least four Zynga executives have resigned within the last several weeks as the beleaguered social gaming giant's share price continues to slide.
Comcast ( Nasdaq: CMCSA ) is moving its Florida headquarters from Sunrise to West Palm Beach. And while the MSO plans to hire 161 dispatchers in West Palm Beach, it also plans to cut 89 employees that handled inbound sales calls.
Electronic Arts-owned PopCap Games confirmed it has laid off 50 North American employees and is currently assessing the future of its Dublin, Ireland unit.