reports that three high-level executives have left social game company Zynga in the wake of changes implemented by newly appointed CEO Don Mattrick.
According to unnamed sources, Zynga's chief operating officer David Ko, chief technology officer Cadir Lee, and chief people officer Colleen McCreary "will step down from their positions and leave the company as a result" of the changes.
Following his departure
as Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business on July 1, Mattrick said he was bringing the fledgling social game company "back to basics" in its attempt to recover from sweeping layoffs
and other executive-level departures
Shares of Zynga were trading down 0.69% in after hours to $2.89.