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Slack takes out full-page New York Times ad to welcome Microsoft to the corporate messaging market

That feeling when you think "we should buy a full page in the Times and publish an open letter," and then you do. ???? pic.twitter.com/BQiEawRA6d — Stewart Butterfield (@stewart) November 2, 2016 The gist of the rather verbose ad is that Slack invented the enterprise messaging market and Microsoft doesn’t know what it’s getting into. … Continue reading “Slack takes out full-page New York Times ad to welcome Microsoft to the corporate messaging market”

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The gist of the rather verbose ad is that Slack invented the enterprise messaging market and Microsoft doesn’t know what it’s getting into. You can find the full text of the back-page ad over at Quartz.

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Fast Company Senior Writer Mark Sullivan covers emerging technology, politics, artificial intelligence, large tech companies, and misinformation. An award-winning San Francisco-based journalist, Sullivan's work has appeared in Wired, Al Jazeera, CNN, ABC News, CNET, and many others.

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