Just Earth News | @justearthnews | 05 Mar 2023, 08:49 pm Print
California: Video conferencing platform Zoom has removed its President Greg Tomb.
Tomb's contract was abruptly terminated "without cause", according to the company in a regulatory filing, reports BBC.
The businessman had taken up the role in June 2022 and had been active on earnings calls and overseeing the company's sales, the British media reported.
A spokesperson for Zoom told BBC the tech firm isn't looking for a replacement.
Zoom was one of the biggest winners during the COVID-19 pandemic period when work-from-home and online conferencing needs increased.
The company, however, slashed 1,300 employees in recent times to deal with falling demand after the pandemic period was over.
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