Vivek Sharma, vice president of Meta’s Horizon social media virtual reality (VR) software, is leaving the company, CNBC reported on Friday, citing a company spokesperson.
Sharma had been with Meta for six years in various positions.
The report said that Sharma oversaw VR projects including the Horizon Worlds social media service, Horizon Workrooms and the Horizon Venues app.
The Horizon team will now report directly to Vishal Shah, Meta’s VP of the metaverse, CNBC said.
Last month, Meta reported earnings of $28.8 billion and earnings per share of $2.46 for the second quarter, both below estimates.
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