Struggling social gaming player Zynga's epic slide of late has been documented by just about every media outlet. However, the company recently took an unusually strong stance on employee pay in hopes of preventing employee defections, especially as its executive team is dropping off. The Fool's tech editor recently sat down to discuss this unconventional move and to break down what it means for investors.
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