Look at what the coronavirus pandemic did to Zoom’s bottom line

Zoom reported a blowout quarter on Tuesday after the videoconferencing tool experienced a massive uptick in usage during the coronavirus pandemic.


The California-based company revealed this week that the February-to-April quarter — when virus-related lockdowns prompted companies, schools, friends, and family to communicate from home — saw Zoom rake in a whopping $328 million, more than double for the same period last year when it...