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Nobody likes games where the rules are rigged in favor of one player. That’s almost certainly one reason why investors don’t seem very keen to put their money behind Zynga, the once high-flying video-game maker founded by Mark Pincus, who brought FarmVille to the Facebook masses. Liquidating the $2 billion company and returning the proceeds to shareholders is probably the best option at this point.

Cox: Time has come for Zynga to sell the farmville

You know things are bad when people publicly call for a complete break up and liquidation of your company.

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