(CBS/CNET) – As if we needed another reason to loathe FarmVille and CityVille requests. Zynga chief executive officer Mark Pincus is allegedly asking early employees of the social gaming company to turn in their stock or get fired.
According to The Wall Street Journal’s sources, Pincus and top executives decided they have given away too many stock options to early employees of the company. Oops. Instead of eating their mistake, the executives pinpointed workers who they didn’t feel deserved the small fortune they are about to amass. Those chosen have been asked to return unvested shares in Zynga.