Tough times have fallen on social media platform Meta as the company is planning layoffs which could effect thousands of workers, according to a Bloomberg News report.
Mohr-McClune was interested to see if Meta shares will plunge this year and if the company’s investors will kick up a storm.
“They will want to know what he [Zuckerberg] is doing with that $100bn investment and when they’ll see some monetisation from it.”
However, with the company now adding to the 13% of Meta workers who were already laid off in November, 2022 it seems like an investor storm could be likely.
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Global Data Tech, Media, & Telecom Predictions (TMT) 2023 stress that, “interoperability will be key to the metaverse, but it will not be achieved in 2023. A shift in Big Tech’s philosophy from centralisation to decentralisation is unlikely as the metaverse is still in its infancy.”
However, despite Zuckerberg’s best efforts – the big metaverse chill may still bring more layoffs, misinformation and company privacy scandals as according to reports, “without a large audience, brands will not be interested.”
The metaverse has been promoted as a revolution in how humans socialise, consume media and work,” and without this evidence it will be hard to see how Meta can finally start monetising its efforts.
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