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The corporate logo for Zynga is seen on a screen outside the Nasdaq Market Site in New YorkSAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Social games publisher Zynga Inc confirmed on Monday that it has carried out 11 of the planned shutdowns of 13 game titles, with "Petville" being the latest game on which it pulled the plug. Zynga in October said it would shut down 13 underperforming titles after warning that its revenues were slowing as gamers fled from its once-popular titles published on the Facebook platform in large numbers and sharply revised its full-year outlook. The San Francisco-based company announced the "Petville" shutdown two weeks ago on its Facebook page. ...


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Clinton’s blood clot located in her head; full recovery expected

Hillary Clinton hospitalized for blood clotSecretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is "making excellent progress" recovering from a blood clot in her head that was discovered during a medical examination, her doctors said Monday. But Clinton remains hospitalized until a proper medication level is established, they said. A day after announcing that Clinton had been admitted to a New York [...]


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Doctors: Clinton suffered clot between brain and skull

Where in the world is Hillary Clinton?WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suffered a blood clot in a vein between her brain and skull behind her right ear but is expected to make a full recovery, her doctors said in a statement released by the State Department. Clinton did not suffer a stroke or neurological damage as a result of the clot, the doctors said, adding that "she is in good spirits, engaging with her doctors, her family and her staff." (Reporting by Arshad Mohammed)


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