Eric Yuan is helping millions of people survive social distancing by giving away his videoconferencing tool, Zoom, for free. The move is earning him much respect, and when the pandemic has passed, the billionaire's business will likely be stronger than ever. But in the midst of a global crisis, can his app withstand a 610 percent spike in traffic virtually overnight and the scrutiny of prime time?
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