Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) recently dropped its 40-minute time limit on video chats for Teams' free users, and will allow them to stay connected for 24 hours with up to 300 participants "in the coming months." At the time of Microsoft's announcement, Zoom capped its free meetings at 40 minutes for up to 100 participants. Does Microsoft's challenge spell trouble for Zoom, or is it too late for the tech giant to catch up?
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Over 10 million people are playing the markets using Robinhood, the red-hot stock trading app that was offering no-commission stock trades long before the major online brokerages followed suit. The list of the 100 most popular Robinhood stocks is dotted with blue-chip companies as well as some broad-based exchange-traded funds. One of the most popular Robinhood stocks is Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL).