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Topic - mark may
Mark May, the former Washington Redskins offensive tackle who was a founding member of "The Hogs," has joined the concussion lawsuits against the NFL.
Investors sold off shares of Zynga on Wednesday after the company behind the most popular Facebook games fell shy of high expectations for its first earnings report as a publicly traded company.
"Some investors will continue to voice concern about Amazon's seemingly endless appetite for investment," said Citi Investment Research analyst Mark May in a client note. "We, on the other hand, continue to believe these investments make sense of driving long-term growth and greater absolute profits ... over time."
he added that Zynga revenue growth seemed to benefit from a growth in the number of mobile users and paid downloads of its mobile games, as well as from advertising revenue.