San Francisco - Zynga, the struggling social gaming group, announced on Wednesday that co-founder Mark Pincus would return as top executive, less than two years after being replaced.
Pincus, who has been chairman of the San Francisco company, said he would seek to “accelerate innovation” at the group which rose to fame as a producer of games for Facebook.
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