After a bazingo exit, the possibilities for a startup founder seem endless. You could form a mafia with your old coworkers, you could design bourgeois apps for your pals. If the mood strikes, you could charge a small Hawaiian island on your credit card. Whatever floats your yacht. Ever the outlier, OMGPop founder Charles Forman is trying his luck in Hollywood.
The east coast presence of Zynga, that once-proud and mighty maker of tractor simulators, has been decimated—but it looks like it's not completely gone. Yet. A skeleton crew of doomed software refugees is sticking around Zynga's Manhattan turf, given the terrible "choice" between staying on longer or forfeiting their full termination packages.