Zynga's Stock Drops, Facebook's Follows

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The latest profit report from San Francisco-based online gaming company Zynga sent its shares tumbling -- and dragged Facebook along with it. Investors particularly soured on the news that Zynga expects to earn less in bookings, or revenue minus the fees it pays to Facebook. We take the pulse of the two closely linked companies.

Guests:

Benny Evangelista, technology reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle

Doug MacMillan, reporter for Bloomberg News

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