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Zynga Names David Ko COO; Barry Cottle Chief Revenue Officer; Reaffirms Guidance; Says Wehner Going to Facebook; Names Vranesh CFO

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Zynga Inc. (Nasdaq: ZNGA), the world's leading provider of social game services, today announced a number of changes to the company's executive team. Among these changes, Mark Vranesh, chief accounting officer, has been appointed chief financial officer. Mr. Vranesh succeeded David Wehner, who is leaving the company today to pursue a senior finance position at Facebook, Inc.

The company also announced that David Ko, previously chief mobile officer, has been appointed chief operations officer; Barry Cottle, previously executive vice president, business and corporate development, has been appointed chief revenue officer; and Steven Chiang, previously executive vice president of games, has been appointed president of games.

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