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Slack filed papers for its initial public offering on Friday, revealing $400 million in revenue and $139 million in losses. Slack, part of a highly anticipated class of tech companies to file for an IPO, will pursue a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol SK.
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As Slack gears up to hit the markets through an unconventional direct listing, stock activity is increasing on the private markets at a price that values the company at nearly $17 billion, according to Forge Global, a firm that matches private companies and their employees with investors.
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The workplace messaging company Slack Technologies Inc. plans to list on the New York Stock Exchange in June or July, according to a person familiar with the matter. Slack is one of several highly valued private companies eyeing public offerings this year.
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TechCrunch has discovered that Facebook has stealthily launched official desktop PC and Mac chat apps with screen sharing — two features users have been begging for.
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When Slack announced new voice and video services earlier this week, the enterprise messaging startup signalled a move into territory dominated by the likes of Microsoft’s Skype. But it looks like this is not the only moment when the two company’s paths have crossed in recent times.
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// Slack is gunning for Skype and Google Hangouts with the 2016 product roadmap it revealed today. The biggest change coming: the ability to seamlessly turn a text chat into a voice or video chat will begin testing “very soon”. //
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