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Why Zoom Video’s Sky-High Stock Will Fall to Earth When Pandemic Ends

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Slack files to go public, revealing $400 million in revenue and $139 million in losses

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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Slack valued near $17 billion on secondary market ahead of public offering

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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Slack to Pick NYSE for Stock Listing in the Summer

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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How Slack hires engineers

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Facebook quietly launches Mac and PC Workplace Chat apps with screen share

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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Source: Microsoft mulled an $8 billion bid for Slack, will focus on Skype instead

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 will soon start testing voice and video chat


// 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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