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Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz is reportedly looking at a direct listing for his $1.5 billion startup Asana to go public next year
The productivity software startup Asana is reportedly looking to take the same route as Spotify and Slack when it goes public next year.
These twin sisters graduated Stanford and went straight to Silicon Valley’s hottest startup incubator. Now, they’ve raised $2.5 million to...
Kerry and Anna Wang went through Y Combinator after graduating Stanford to launch Searchlight. Here's how it changes the hiring process.
Slack announced it October that it has 12 million daily active users. Microsoft gives Teams to Office 365 customers, helping it grow quickly.
Zoom makes its first major product updates since its blockbuster IPO as it takes on competitors like Microsoft
Zoom introduced Zoom Rooms Appliances and more. Zoom's head of product Oded Gal explains how Zoom stands out from competitors like Microsoft.
Slack says that while its user numbers still lag Microsoft’s, what really matters is that users love its app a lot
Although Slack's daily active user count is short of Microsoft's, Slack says Microsoft Office customers still choose Slack, despite having Teams.
Software stocks got whacked in September. Here’s why RBC says they could tumble another 25% before bottoming out.
The 21 software companies covered by RBC Capital Markets posted an average return of -5.9% during September.
Slack, the chat app competing with Microsoft, is launching ‘Slack 101,’ an online classroom to teach newcomers how to use its app
From pinning messages to creating reminders, Slack 101 is an online course for users who are new to Slack. Here's why Slack is launching it.
These brothers, formerly from DigitalOcean, just got $15 million from Accel to build a company they hope will represent the NYC tech scene
Catalyst CEO and co-founder Edward Chiu explains how he test drove his software at DigitalOcean and how he learned to hire better at his company.
A founder who sold his startup for $100 million within weeks of launching is back with a startup to make meetings suck less
Gentry Underwood, who sold his startup Mailbox to Dropbox 37 days after launching, has launched Navigator. Here are what his plans for Navigator are.
$14 billion Okta adds a former PepsiCo exec to its board so its leadership can hear the ‘voice of the customer’
Okta added former PepsiCo and Procter & Gamble executive Robert L. Dixon, Jr. to its board of directors. Here's why Dixon looks forward to the gig.