OMGPOP Founder Charles Forman Made ‘Way More’ Than $22 M. in Sale to Zynga

The New York Times got a ticket to OMGPOP’s after-acquisition party at the Bowery Hotel last week where they ran

The New York Times got a ticket to OMGPOP’s after-acquisition party at the Bowery Hotel last week where they ran into the startup’s founder, Charles Forman, who was in such a daze over the $180 million deal with Zynga that he walked into traffic.

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Mr. Forman, who left the company in 2011, but retained his stake, told the Times he made “way more” than $22 million from the sale, adding, “It’s the kind of money where I’ll be wearing whatever I want when somebody invites me to a wedding.”

We never really thought to measure “fuck you” money in terms of prescribed wedding attire, but godspeed to any groom that wants Mr. Forman as his best man. Read More

OMGPOP Founder Charles Forman Made ‘Way More’ Than $22 M. in Sale to Zynga