Video conferencing star Zoom cuts staff by 15%
While people and businesses continue to rely on Zoom 'as the world transitions to life post-pandemic', the Silicon Valley-based firm is seeing customers cut back on spending.
Pandemic darlings face the boot as investors eye return to normal life
Life is returning to something approaching normality in many countries, leaving companies like Netflix and Peloton struggling to sustain high sales figures.
US boss apologises after laying off 900 employees over Zoom
Vishal Garg convened with employees over the video call and told them 'if you are on this call, you are part of the unlucky group being laid off,' according to a video posted online.
Indian lawyers told to smarten up in virtual hearings
The Allahabad High Court in Uttar Pradesh state said that in recent times it had encountered 'a lady advocate with face pack on', among others.
Virus-hit Indonesia orders executions online
Virtual hearings leave defendants unable to fully participate in cases that are sometimes interrupted in countries with poor internet connections, including Indonesia, critics say.
Zoom earnings strong at close of pandemic-plagued year
Zoom took in revenue of US$882.5 million during the fiscal quarter that ended Jan 31, in a 369% increase from the same period a year earlier before lifestyles went remote due to Covid-19.