In an interview at the Wall Street Journal's Tech Live conference in Laguna Beach, Slack CEO and founder, Stewart Butterfield addressed the company’s chief rival, Microsoft Teams. This comes as Slack experiences mounting pressure to show growth as their stock prices slide.
However, Butterfield insisted that its daily active users had jumped 37% from a year earlier. While discussing their growth, he took direct aim at their competitor in the workplace chat app...
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