Zynga's vice president of business development, Jonathan Flesher, has left the social game company after three and a half years, All Things D reports.
Flesher, whose last day was Nov. 9 and who worked on a number of partnership deals for Zynga including Yahoo, Google+, MSN and AOL, joins a growing list of execs departing the company.
In recent weeks the company lost its chief financial officer and treasurer, and over the past few months the studio lost its chief operating officer, chief creative officer, chief technical officer of infrastructure and execs who helped run Zynga subsidiaries OMGPOP and Zynga With Friends.
The news of Flesher's departure also comes just days after reports of Zynga's CEO Mark Pincus feeling "discouraged" by the company's recent downturn.
Zynga recently released CityVille 2 and is exploring options for real money gambling.
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