Slack Comes Up Short Again


Slack Technologies’ status as a work-from-home star was sketchy early on in the pandemic. Now, the software maker’s fiscal second-quarter results reported Tuesday make that title even more questionable.

Not that 49% revenue growth year over year is anything to sneeze at—especially given the economic pain being shared across many industries. Slack’s revenue for the quarter ended July 31 also came in about 3% above the high end of the company’s projected range of $206 million to $209 million. The maker of workplace collaboration…

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