The Biggest Losers From Zynga's Stock Crash

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Zynga’s stock was once flying high, trading at $15.91 a share. Since reporting second-quarter earnings, it cratered to a new low, trading at around $2.70.

Despite an initial, and secondary offering, a lot of Zynga executives and investors are still holding a lot of the company’s stock.

As the price falls, they’re losing millions on paper.

We’ve assembled the full list of Zynga’s top shareholders and how much they’ve lost. The data is from Zynga’s most recent proxy statement and filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission that includes share ownership information.

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers' stake has evaporated.

Shares Owned: 65,159,896

Value at all-time high: $1.04 billion

Current Value: $180.5 million

Mark Pincus has lost more than a billion dollars.

Shares owned: 94,603,318

Value at all-time high: $1.51 billion

Current Value: $262 million

(Pincus sold 16.5 million shares for $200 million in Zynga's secondary offering.)

Institutional Venture Partners has seen a $437 million stake dwindle by nearly $400 million.

Shares Owned: 27,460,858

Value at all-time high: $437 million

Current Value: $76.1 million

(IVP sold 5.8 million shares for $70 million in Zynga's secondary offering.)

Foundry Venture Capital's early investment has still paid off, but it's tiny compared to what it was months ago.

Shares Owned: 34,560,060

Value at all-time high: $550 million.

Current Value: $95.7 million

Avalon Ventures' stake has shrunk by nearly $500 million.

Shares Owned: 34,680,608

Value at all-time high: $552 million

Current Value: $96.1 million

Capital Research Global Investors appears to be a newer listed investor, and was hit hard.

Shares Owned: 16,521,200

Value at all-time high: $263 million

Current Value: $45.8 million

Same goes for Morgan Stanley Mutual Funds, which has lost about $400 million.

Shares Owned: 31,770,253

Value at all-time high: $506 million

Current Value: $88 million

CFO Dave Wehner's stake isn't even worth $1 million any more.

Shares Owned: 350,766

Value at all-time high: $5.6 million

Current Value: $971,621

(Wehner sold 386,000 shares for $4.6 million in Zynga's secondary offering.)

COO John Schappert appears to have cashed out, but still has a small (and very cheap) stake that was once worth $1 million.

Shares Owned: 63,136

Value at all-time high: $1 million

Current Value: $174,886

(Schappert sold 322,000 shares for $3.9 million in Zynga's secondary offering.)

Legal counsel Reggie Davis' share isn't worth above $10 million any more.

Shares Owned: 1,268,178

Value at all-time high: $20.2 million

Current Value: $3.51 million

(Davis sold 315,000 shares for $3.8 million in Zynga's secondary offering.)

Reid Hoffman's stake in the company is down to about $10 million.

Shares Owned: 3,896,550

Value at all-time high: $62 million

Current Value: $10.8 million

(Hoffman sold 688,000 shares for $8.2 million in Zynga's secondary offering.)

Jeff Katzenberg's stake is only worth about $1 million.

Shares Owned: 388,410

Value at all-time high: $6.2 million

Current Value: $1.1 million

Owen Van Natta's time at Zynga isn't worth what it used to be, down to about $6 million.

Shares Owned: 2,238,178

Value at all-time high: $35.6 million

Current Value: $6.04 million

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