The social gaming company cuts costs by cutting staff. Paul Sakuma / AP Less than a month after reclaiming the top job at Zynga, founder Mark Pincus laid out his plans for restructuring the social gaming company. First order of business: layoffs. Reporting better-than-expected first-quarter earnings Wednesday, Zynga said it will eliminate about 18% of its global workforce. As a result, some 364 employees will lose their jobs, saving the company an estimated $100 million. When he retook the reigns of the…

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