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Zynga CFO Mark Vranesh will leave the company next month

Zynga CFO/CAO Mark Vranesh will be leaving the company next month after roughly six years of service, but not before he trains his replacement -- former Best Buy executive David Lee.

Alex Wawro

April 10, 2014

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Zynga CFO/CAO Mark Vranesh will be leaving the company next month after roughly six years of service, according to a press release issued by Zynga earlier today. Vranesh will spend the next month or so working to bring his replacement, David Lee, up to speed. Lee most recently served as Best Buy's senior vice president of enterprise finance, and before that he held executive positions at Del Monte Foods and PG&E. As of April 14 he'll be reporting directly to Don Mattrick about Zynga's finances, which have seen better days. According to the company's full-year financial report for 2013, it saw a $37 million net loss in revenue for the year, which is actually a notable improvement from the $209 million it reportedly lost in 2012. Zynga claims that Vranesh has been working with Mattrick to find the company a new CFO since the end of 2013. Vranesh stepped up to become Zynga's CFO in 2012, after then-CFO David Wehner left Zynga to take a job at Facebook.

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