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Meta’s transition from Facebook in 2021 signified a firm commitment to exploring the metaverse under CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s leadership. However, this shift hasn’t come without financial challenges, particularly evident in Meta’s Reality Labs division, responsible for products like the Quest VR headset line. Despite Meta’s reported revenue of $134.9 billion in 2023, marking a significant increase from the previous year, its Reality Labs division has faced consecutive operating losses totaling around $40 billion since 2021.




While Meta’s social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp continue to perform well, the same cannot be said for its ventures into VR and AR. UploadVR reports that approximately 20 million Quest headsets have been sold since 2019, indicating a notable presence in the market, but still falling short in comparison to other tech giants like Apple and Sony.




Despite these losses, Meta’s overall financial strategy remains strong, with the company aggressively repurchasing its own stock. The Motley Fool highlights Meta’s significant stock buybacks, totaling $92 billion since 2021. This approach, coupled with a reported war chest of $31 billion for future purchases and an additional $50 billion earmarked for buybacks, demonstrates Meta’s confidence in its long-term vision, even amidst short-term setbacks in its metaverse endeavors.




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