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Microsoft Teams just hit 20 million daily active users, beating its rival Slack once again


Zoom makes its first major product updates since its blockbuster IPO as it takes on 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



Software stocks got whacked in September. Here's why RBC says they could tumble another 25% before bottoming out.


Slack, the chat app competing with Microsoft, is launching 'Slack 101,' an online classroom to teach newcomers how to use its app


These brothers, formerly from DigitalOcean, just got $15 million from Accel to build a company they hope will represent the NYC tech scene



A founder who sold his startup for $100 million within weeks of launching is back with a startup to make meetings suck less


$14 billion Okta adds a former PepsiCo exec to its board so its leadership can hear the 'voice of the customer'


$9 billion Dropbox explains why it's blowing up its product for its biggest redesign in 12 years


Salesforce co-founder Parker Harris explained how Salesforce created the App Store URL and gave it away to Steve Jobs


Here's how much the top Salesforce executives make in salaries, bonuses and stock


$7 billion Slack just made it easier to search for channels as it takes on Microsoft



Unicorn startup PagerDuty files to go public


These former engineers from Dropbox and Facebook just got $9 million to help companies recruit better candidates


The $6.5 billion acquisition that everyone hated a year ago was the only thing everyone loved about Salesforce's latest quarter


Salesforce will sell its employee training tools to other companies so they can be more like Salesforce



Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz explains how his $1.5 billion startup Asana hit a $100 million milestone


Slack is losing its second-most important executive in the run-up to its expected IPO this year


Slack apologizes after users who travelled to Iran had their accounts shut down


It looks like Slack, the $7 billion chat app, is banning some users because of Iran sanctions — even if they don't live or work in Iran