Stanford researchers say being constantly confronted with our own faces in videoconferencing takes a toll.
Those who travel for work make up around 10% of airline passengers, but they account for between half and three-quarters of revenue.
The videoconferencing company reports quarterly earnings for a period when its user population has ballooned.
The controversy comes at a challenging time for a company whose fortunes have soared during the pandemic yet faces stiff challengers in the video-meeting sector.
The videoconferencing company is seeing 300 million daily meeting participants on its platform.
From bidets to delivery boxes, the global pandemic has boosted some businesses.
Video meetings have made it possible to work remotely from pretty much anywhere. But there's still no substitute for in person eye contact. And you have to do your hair.