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After the first major layoffs, Zuckerberg answered employees' questions: The two instant messaging software have already made profits for Meta

  • linda
  • 2022-11-18 23:03:52
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  On November 17, local time, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees that the instant messaging software WhatsA...

  On November 17, local time, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees that the instant messaging software WhatsApp and Messenger will promote Meta's next sales growth. Zuckerberg's move was seen as an attempt to assuage employee concerns about the company's financial health after Meta made its first mass layoffs in history this month.

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg.  IC data mapMeta CEO Mark Zuckerberg. IC data map

  According to a Reuters report on November 17, Zuckerberg answered some pointed questions at a company-wide internal meeting that day. He said WhatsApp and Messenger "became profitable very early" compared with Facebook and Instagram, Meta's two social platforms.

  Zuckerberg said that while Metaverse is often talked about as a long-term investment opportunity, the two messaging apps will be the "next major pillar of the business" for Meta as it works to make it more profitable.

  According to previous reports, Meta's official website issued an open letter on the evening of November 9, confirming that 13% of its 87,000 employees will be laid off, and more than 11,000 people will be fired. This is the first large-scale layoff in Meta's 18-year history, and it may be the largest layoff in the technology industry this year.


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