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November 5, 2021
⏲️ TL;DR
  • Peloton and Qualcomm earnings are in and couldn't be more different
  • Facebook isn't the only company to embrace the concept of a "Metaverse"
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Weekly Wrap Up
Peloton earnings are in and it's absolutely abysmal
Peloton stock took its biggest single-day plunge yet at 34%. The drop comes after the company's fiscal first-quarter earnings report on Thursday. Its market capitalization dropped $8 billion, down to $18 billion.

Google is bidding (again) for a massive Pentagon contract
Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian met the Department of Defense officials at the Pentagon to bid for a three-year Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability contract. The contract would replacing the 10-year, $10 billion JEDI cloud-computing contract that ended in July.

Facebook suffers from third messaging outage in a month
On Wednesday, Facebook had yet another outage, marking the third time this month that the company experienced downtime. The outage endured for several hours, putting Facebook and Instragram direct messages on pause.

Qualcomm's record sales are being driven by surging 5G demand
Despite a global chip shortage, Qualcomm posted record quarterly sales. The company predicts shipments of 500 million to 550 million 5G handsets this year as demand for 5G surges amid supply-chain constraints.

Biden has set the date for a mask mandate and the business community is divided
On Thursday, President Joe Biden has officially ordered U.S. companies to oblige to regularly testing unvaccinated employees for COVID-19—or otherwise ensure that they are fully vaccinated by January 4th. The new rules from the Labor Department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration pertain to businesses with 100 or more employees, which have mixed feelings on the mandate.

What you need to know about the Metaverse
Metaverse. You’ve likely heard of Facebook’s rebrand to “Meta” by now. But what does it mean, and why should investors care? The metaverse is the name society has given to what we expect the internet to become: a collision between the physical and digital worlds, when VR and augmented reality bridge the gap between the physical and the virtual to interact intimately.

Metaverse enthusiasts believe it will essentially be a 3D reality overlaying the real world, wherein people can shop, game and conduct business in shared virtual spaces.

For instance, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg describes the metaverse as “an embodied internet that you’re inside of,” where “creation, avatars, and digital objects” are central to self-expression and lead to “entirely new experiences and economic opportunities.”

For Investors. Investors can tap into the metaverse by considering the companies generating the real revenues—those invested in building the infrastructure and designing practical, real-world iterations.

For instance, Nvidia will likely play a strong hand in designing the artificial intelligence and semiconductors that will power the metaverse, no matter what it looks like. Gaming companies like Roblox and Epic Games may prove the creative minds behind the actual experience we share. And VR ventures run by the likes of Facebook, Microsoft and Google have already granted us the first tools that bring us tangible access to the metaverse firsthand. Takeaway
If you’re a big believer in the metaverse—or even if you’re not—the time to jump on the bandwagon to the future is soon, if not now. While some of the hype may die down as companies grapple with the nitty-gritty of marrying reality with the digital, those companies that tough it out and design the underpinnings of the metaverse stand to gain the most.

Facebook is removing all facial recognition from its platforms. Citing "societal concerns," Meta/Facebook has deleted 1 billion 'faceprints' and released a statement further explaining its decision.

Popeyes isn't happy with the viral TikTok it's a star of. A Popeyes employee was suspended after posting footage of rats in the DC location he works at. DC health officials have since shut down the restaurant. 🤢

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