How Zoom Became King of the Quarantine Economy

The videoconferencing company is now worth more than Uber

Zoom has been well-poised for the coronavirus pandemic.
Zoom has been well-poised for the coronavirus pandemic. Getty Images, Zoom

Key insights:

As the coronavirus quarantine has forced people around the world indoors, business is booming for a sub-economy of shut-in-friendly businesses: The stock prices of Netflix, Blue Apron and Peloton have all surged. But perhaps no brand has been more emblematic of this new normal than Zoom, which was exceptionally well-poised for the pandemic.

@patrickkulp patrick.kulp@adweek.com Patrick Kulp is an emerging tech reporter at Adweek.
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