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  1. Zynga’s Struggles Are Good for Silicon ValleyAs the chaff falls away, the wheat looks better.
  2. What’s the Matter With Zynga?The game-maker can’t seem to do anything right.
  3. Oh, What Havoc FarmVille Hath WroughtZynga CEO Mark Pincus is trying, and failing, to save his company.
  4. Controversy Over Asia-Themed FarmVille ExpansionQuestion No. 1: Is it racist? Question No. 2: Do people still play FarmVille?
  5. Zynga Buys Up the Latest Greatest Time-Waster The company is paying $200 million for OMGPOP Inc. and its Draw Something game.
  6. Zynga’s IPO Crumbled a LittleFirst day trading saw its price down.
  7. Zynga to Take It Easy With Just a $1 Billion IPOThe semi-flops of Groupon and Pandora have the Internet company managing its expectations.
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    Brace Yourself for a Possible FarmVille MovieBecause of course.
  9. Zynga, the Company Behind Farmville, Is Apparently Worth As Much as $20 BillionAccording to the IPO filed today.
  10. SEC Contemplates Relaxing Rules for Start-ups Like Facebook [Updated]Kind of like a big deal.
  11. JPMorgan Will Take Social Media for $750 Million, AlexHey, if FarmVille can get you $7 billion, why not?
  12. Mediavore
    Paula Deen’s Housekeeper Imprisoned For Theft; French Truffle Farmer ShootsMary Alice White rips off The Food network chef and pays the price in prison, but fortunately she didn’t try to steal truffles from the French.
  13. Mediavore
    French Farmer Kills Alleged Truffle Thief; Ginnifer Goodwin Has Dieted Since AgePlus: new standards proposed for kosher food, Paula Deen’s former housekeeper sentenced for jewelry theft, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  14. In Defense of Google and FacebookLet’s cut Mark Zuckerberg and Eric Schmidt a little slack.
  15. Farmville Is Killing Babies NowA Florida mom kills her baby for interrupting Farmville.
  16. The Real Reason the Journal Killed Its Investigation Into MySpace’s Privacy Practices [Updated]Nope, not an ethics violation.
  17. Farmville Has Been Spying on You and Your FriendsA new report reveals that the ten most popular apps on Facebook took advantage of a loophole and were violating people’s privacy.