Just a year ago, Zynga was looking like the next great success story. However, that story has quickly changed culture in a matter of months, and yet another one of its officers has left the company.
Zynga has announced the departure of Chief Financial Officer, David Wehner, of whom seeks greener pastures at a different sinking ship: Facebook.
The company has already lost several key figures including its Chief Operating Officer, Chief Commercial Officer, and just about every other chief you can think of. As a result of these dramatic changes, Zynga is restructuring its leadership with employees such as Executive Vice President Barry Cottle and Chief Accounting Officer Mark Vranesh filling empty positions.
Zynga has been known for its presence in the casual gaming market with titles such as Farmville and Mafia Wars. Despite a quick onset of overwhelming demand, the company has been in decline as it's struggled to produce the next great hit that distracts people while at work or school. The company's future relies on creativity, something it hasn't shown much of, and the fate of a company worth over one billion dollars is at stake.