Zynga's shares are now trading under $8.80, which means CEO Mark Pincus' share of the company is now worth less than $1 billion.
Pincus owns around 111 million shares of the company. When it went public, Pincus' share was worth $1.06 billion. It's now worth $979 million.
The next largest investor is Bing Gordon, who along with Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers owns 65 million shares. That stake is now worth $570 million.
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