Zynga Beats as More Gamers Pay for Virtual Goods

Bloomberg's Emily Chang and Jon Erlichman report that Zynga Inc., the No. 1 developer of games for social-networking sites, beat analysts' first-quarter revenue estimates and raised its forecast for the year as more people paid for virtual goods, rather than playing for free. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

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