Zynga's Wild Ride: Can the Company Ever Rebound?

Aug. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Zynga once seemed like a dominant company in a rapidly growing industry. But after a big IPO that enriched its founder Mark Pincus, Zynga became the poster boy of a failed social-media company. As CEO Don Mattrick enters into his second year at the helm of Zynga, Bloomberg's Cory Johnson looks at Zynga's strange and interesting path to today. (Source: Bloomberg)

CIBC's Tal: We Need to Monitor Subprime Loans in Canada
45:29 - According to the latest report from CMHC, condo building activity in Toronto appears to be "well managed," unlike the 1980s housing bubble. Yet, BOC Governor Stephen Poloz recently addressed the pace of rising home prices in Canada's two hottest markets - Toronto and Vancouver. Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist at CIBC World Markets, joins Bloomberg TV Canada's Amanda Lang to discuss the current state of the Canadian housing market, where it's headed and what measures need to be taken to "cool" foreign buyers. (Source: Bloomberg)
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