Zoom beat Wall Street expectations, but the technology may evolve from replacing social life to being just a tool.
The videoconferencing technology company has been a mainstay of the pandemic experience. It will report financial results Tuesday.
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.