Zoom's CEO explained the growth prospects he sees for the company after the stock dipped on third quarter earnings report that showed slowing growth (ZM)
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Zoom shares plummeted after reporting third-quarter earnings that beat expectations but showed overall slowing growth.

It reported third-quarter revenue of $166.6 million, growing 85% from a year prior, but that was lower than the 96% revenue growth it saw last quarter. 

On an earnings call with analysts, CEO Eric Yuan said he sees opportunities for Zoom to expand internationally and leverage new products to keep existing customers happy. 

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