A 2010 Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera sits outside of Zynga’s San Francisco HQ, waiting for a new owner to pony up $194,000.
A week ago, Zynga laid off 5% of its staff — over 100 employees — hitting Zynga outposts in Austin and Boston particularly hard after their games didn’t meet expectations. It dumped the news during Apple’s iPad mini event.
Zynga announced its third quarter earnings shortly afterward, revealing that it had lost $52 million on revenues of $316.6 million for the quarter.
The car is selling for just under 87,400 shares of Zynga stock, which is currently worth $2.22 a share.
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