3 Executives Out At Struggling Game Maker Zynga

Earlier this summer, Zynga Inc. hired Mattrick from Microsoft, where he led the Xbox business. Mark Pincus, Zynga’s founder, remains chairman and chief product officer after handing CEO duties over to Mattrick.


Apple Senior VP of iPhone Software Scott Forstall demonstrates the new map application featured on iOS 6 during the keynote address during the 2012 Apple WWDC keynote address at the Moscone Center on June 11, 2012. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Outgoing Apple Exec Refused To Apologize For Mapping App Flaws

The head of Apple’s iPhone software development was asked to resign after he refused to sign a letter apologizing for the flaws of Apple’s mapping application, according to a published report.


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Facebook Hits The Road As Company Is Set To Go Public

Top executives are traveling across the country as the social network gets set to go public next week.


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Pilot Error Blamed In Fatal Tesla Motors Plane Crash

The small plane that crashed into an East Palo Alto neighborhood last year – killing three Tesla Motors employees -was likely caused by pilot error, according to federal investigators.


National Transportation Safety Board investigators look over engine, propeller, and wing wreckage of a plane which carried Tesla Motors executives, Feb. 18, 2010, in East Palo Alto. (AP)

Tesla Plane Crash Report Indicate Engines Normal; Cause Still A Mystery

A small plane’s engines were at near full power when it crashed last year in an East Palo Alto neighborhood, killing the three Tesla Motors employees on board, according to federal investigators.


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Solyndra Execs Refuse To Testify At House Hearing On Loan

Top executives from a bankrupt Fremont-based solar energy company have declined to testify before a congressional hearing investigating their half-billion dollar government loan.


Flames from a massive fire are seen in a residential neighborhood September 9, 2010 in San Bruno. (Getty Images)

Executives Leaving, PG&E Reorganizing In Wake Of San Bruno Blast

Two top Pacific Gas & Electric Co. executives are resigning—one with a sizeable bonus—as the California utility reorganizes following the deadly explosion on one of its high-pressure gas lines in San Bruno.

CBS San Francisco–04/07/2011