(Reuters) - Zynga Inc shares are set to open 19 percent lower on Friday after the maker of "FarmVille" said it would abandon plans for real-money gaming in the United States, prompting at least three brokerages to cut their price targets on the stock. Full story
The Squawk Box crew brings viewers up to date on the day's biggest news as well as market-moving events that occurred overnight. Today, Zynga earnings and an update on the SEC's charges against SAC Capital.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the latest on news that Zynga will not pursue a license for real money gaming in the U.S.
Zynga is reporting a Q2 EPS loss of ($0.01) on revenue of $188 million, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
CNBC's Josh Lipton takes a look at Amazon, Starbucks, Zynga, and Newmont Mining ahead of earnings reports after the bell.
VMWare and EMC beat. And a bull vs. bear debate over Zynga, with the Najarians. Is the stock worth buying ahead of earnings.
Fast Money traders Stephen Weiss and Mike Murphy take opposite plays on Zynga's new CEO announcement. Guess who wins?
Zynga's new CEO Don Mattrick, right, with Zynga's founding CEO Mark Pincus. Mattrick is the head of Microsoft's Xbox business
Player avatars from Zynga's FarmVille 2 are seen on a stairway at the entrance to Zynga headquarters in San Francisco, California April 23, 2013. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith
Zynga senior player researcher Kevin Keeker talks to playtester Joshua Drake at the company's headquarters in San Francisco, California April 23, 2013. In the past twelve months, Zynga Inc has struggled with a contracting player base, a deflated stock price and waves of layoffs. Now it is coming to