CEO of online gaming company Zynga, Mark Pincus, is reportedly pushing the early employees of the company to hand over the stock owned by them before the company's initial public stock offering.
The company earlier offered free stock to their top talent; however, according to The Wall Street Journal, CEO Pincus has developed "giver's remorse".
The reason behind this remorse is that some of the earlier appointed stock-holder employees have not contributed as much as the relatively newly appointed employees have contributed to the company. The early employees qualified for more share by virtue of being there before the newer employees.
The developer of FarmVille, City Ville and Zynga Poker filed for an Initial Public Offering (IPO), however, they have not yet confirmed how much they are planning to raise from this.
Besides Zynga, many other companies are also offering IPOs, for example Groupon Inc. has already released their IPO a week before and probably by next year Facebook will also release their IPO, reported USA Today.
Currently, San Francisco based, Zynga Inc. has around 3000 employees and according to Wall Street Journal Zynga's demand for the stock is only applicable to shares which have not been vested till now.