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Here’s the full Slack message from Away’s returning CEO calling a recent investigation into the company ‘deliberate lies’
Steph Korey, the former CEO of luggage startup Away, informed employees Monday that she is resuming her duties as CEO.
Back in 2009, there were no iPads, no Instagram, and no Lyft. Thankfully, the tech world has come a long way.
The SEC is reportedly investigating how Slack and other tech unicorns were opened for trading on their first day as public companies
The probe is focusing in particular on how trading was handled on the first day the company went public, a report from The Wall Street Journal says.
You can rename a Slack channel in two ways. In both cases, the name can't have spaces or periods, and needs to be less than 80 characters.
Microsoft Teams will become the first Microsoft Office app available on the Linux open source operating system
Microsoft's embrace of Linux is paying off once again with the debut of Teams, its collaboration app.
Away warns employees not to interact with criticism of the company’s workplace culture after the CEO’s public apology
Away CEO Steph Korey has issued an apology after a report was published about the work culture at the luggage startup.
Slack is changing the way we chat at work. Here’s an etiquette guide to help you survive a messaging-obsessed office.
Luggage startup Away reportedly forced employees to post all messages to public Slack channels, leading to uncomfortable situations.
Some Away workers were reportedly fired after bosses caught them complaining in a secret Slack channel
Bosses at Away also reportedly used Slack to berate employees, which a worker said was "like having your pants pulled down in front of the company."
Slack also said that VC Chamath Palihapitiya will be stepping down from its board of directors.
Slack just taunted Microsoft with ‘OK boomer’ for running an ad campaign that looks almost exactly like one of Slack’s
Workplace messaging app Slack called out Microsoft with a well-timed "ok boomer" on Twitter Thursday.