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Wall Street Journal kept from covering Zynga’s annual meeting

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Another black eye for publicly-traded Zynga: Now that the San Francisco-based Internet gaming company appears headed into the tank, its bosses apparently want to hide under a rock. An attorney for the company barred a Wall Street Journal reporter from entering Tuesday’s annual meeting at the Marriott Marquis Hotel, the day after massive layoffs were announced. The meeting was restricted to 25 registered investors in a cordoned-off room, the WSJ says.

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