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Topic - Mark Mahoney
Citi Investment Research analyst Mark Mahoney said Facebook addressed two major concerns during the quarter: it was able to get money from mobile ads, and it reduced its revenue dependence on slumping Zynga Inc., the maker of "FarmVille," "Mafia Wars" and other games.
Mahoney said Facebook got just 7 percent of its revenue from Zynga during the third quarter.