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possibility,” Bonner said. Wall Street is battling to determine the future of work from home Others point out that Zoom is hardly the only tech/software company that is dealing with a post-Covid hangover. The Nasdaq has plummeted due to worries about rising interest rates and recession fears as well. “I don’t think it’s accurate to say Zoom is uniquely struggling right now,” said Morningstar analyst Dan Romanoff in an email. “All of software has been battered over the last 10 months.” Romanoff added that Zoom is “an innovative company with a great product.” The problem, he said, is that at the height of the pandemic, Zoom was “generating an unsustainable revenue trajectory” and the stock was “sharply overvalued.” That said, a deal could be possible. Romanoff noted that a Slack-Zoom combination could make sense. “I thought a couple years ago that Slack and Zoom should merge because there is no need for standalone video, phone, and messaging products,” Romanoff said. But he’s not sure Salesforce would want to buy Zoom after already paying up for Slack, noting that Salesforce has “maintained that [it is] not looking to do further large deals at this time.” Another possible suitor There is one other possible wild card though: Business software company Oracle. “Oracle doesn’t have anything like this in their portfolio and they have been serial acquirers over the years,” Romanoff said. But he still thinks an Oracle (ORCL) deal for Zoom is highly unlikely
because he’s “not sure that their balance sheet would allow them to do such a deal or that they are in the market at all.” Two years later, remote work has changed millions of careers Romanoff added that if any tech company wanted to make a bigger bet on video, a cheaper way to do so would be with communications software firm RingCentral (RNG), which has a market value of just a little more than $4 billion. Zoom could also look to go back out and make a deal of its own if market conditions improve. That could help the company diversify. “I am in the camp that Zoom is more likely to be an acquirer than an acquiree at this point,” said James Fish, an analyst with Piper Sandler. Zoom had actually hoped to make a big purchase recently when it agreed to buy cloud call contact software firm Five9 (FIVN) in July 2021. But Zoom called off the deal just two months later, and CEO Yuan said that “financial discipline is foundational to our strategy.” PAID PARTNER CONTENT More from Opinion: Britain in 2022 is feeling a lot like 1979 Opinion: Jared Kushner settles a few scores Ukrainian forces have started “shaping” for a counteroffensive Last member of indigenous tribe dies in Brazil after resisting contact for…
Why this company thinks music videos (and cowboy hats) can teach online security By Rachel Metz, Business Updated 1424 GMT (2224 HKT) September 1, 2022 He was a famous hacker. Now, he’s detailing his main concern with Twitter A Dominion voting machine ended up on eBay. Here’s how much it sold for Why it’s so critical for Artemis I to launch a mannequins only crew Rogan grills Zuckerberg on how Facebook moderates controversial content Some Tesla drivers use kids as a prop to test ‘full self-driving’ feature ( Business)In January 2021, Rachel Tobac came up with a silly take on a serious topic: A sea shanty-like video in which she sang a tale about the importance of password security and multi-factor authentication. It came complete with a hauntingly harmonized chorus that includes the words, “Soon may a criminal come to steal your pictures and data and run.” Tobac, the CEO and cofounder of SocialProof Security, spends a lot of time thinking about how to educate people about the importance
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- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
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