Zoom Video Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: ZM US), the poster child of the so-called “pandemic winners” basket, is losing more of its luster. The video conferencing company slumped 15% to close at the lowest since June 2020. Its latest quarter showed slowing growth as people started socializing in-person. Including Tuesday’s losses, Zoom saw about $100 billion wiped out from its market value since its October 2020 peak, which is a decline of 64% for the stock.