Strong subscription growth drives Slack's earnings beat

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Strong subscription growth drives Slack's earnings beat

Daily users up 20 percent.

Slack Technologies Inc beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue and profit as it signed on larger companies to its workplace communication platform, sending its shares up nearly 3 percent in trading after the bell. The company competes directly with Microsoft's workplace messaging ...

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