We’re very happy to bring you a special edition of the Five On Friday where we take a look back on the biggest stories of 2020.
Salesforce takes a huge bet on remote working as investors seem wary of the merger which is set to compete against Microsoft.
Salesforce is in preliminary discussions to buy the smaller communication platform, sending Slack shares up 38% and Salesforce down 5%.
The enterprise communications specialist posted better-than-expected fiscal second-quarter results, but that was not enough.
Slack reports earnings tomorrow for its most recent quarter. Here’s what to expect from the workplace chat company.
Companies are constantly looking for ways to improve their communication tools and Slack is leaping forward with new technologies to take on some big names.
‘Teams is not a competitor to Slack’, except that it is and always has been and is now competing unfairly, according to Stewart Butterfield.
It’s one of our most common questions from users. We explain what is a P/E ratio, debunk some of the misconceptions and whether it’s a useful metric.
Both companies offer disruptive technologies, but one has a clear advantage over the other.
There’s a reason New York never sleeps, and it’s probably related to the neverending reel of stories coming out of Wall Street as 3 stocks make headlines