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CEO Stewart Butterfield Says Slack Is Evolving Into An 'Always-On Chief Of Staff'
Forbes • Alex Konrad, Forbes Staff
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Digiday • Ross Benes
Exclusive: Dell Technologies Is Selling This Cloud Group
Fortune Magazine • Barb Darrow
When to Sell? Look at the HQ
The Wall Street Journal • Andy Kessler
San Francisco Skyline Remade by Tallest West Coast Office Tower
Bloomberg • David M. Levitt
At Salesforce Tower Topping-Off, Diversity Is Top Topic
Inc. • Salvador Rodriguez
Ralph Lauren Is the Latest Fashion Victim in a New Era for Retailers
Bloomberg • Stephanie Hoi-Nga Wong
Benioff to CEOs: Pick One Thing
Fortune Magazine • Ellen Mcgirt
Ralph Lauren to Close Flagship Polo Fifth Avenue Store, Cut Jobs
Bloomberg • Nick Turner
Why one tech giant is investing another $3 million to close its pay gap
Washington Post • Jena Mcgregor
 
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CEO Stewart Butterfield Says Slack Is Evolving Into An 'Always-On Chief Of Staff'
ForbesAlex Konrad, Forbes Staff
Credit: Emily Drewry for Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield wants his service to be an "always-on chief of staff." Stewart Butterfield says that when he first pitched Slack to investors, he saw a $100 million messaging market opportunity. Now with 5 million users...
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Advertising Industry, Cloud Computing Services
A user’s guide to the battle of marketing clouds
DigidayRoss Benes
Cloud companies from Salesforce to Adobe to Oracle are gobbling up ad tech, the latest example being Oracle acquiring Moat, but it’s not always easy for agencies to tell the giants apart. “Some are better, marginally, than others,” said Rob Griffin, chief...
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Cloud Computing Services, EMC Corp
Exclusive: Dell Technologies Is Selling This Cloud Group
Fortune MagazineBarb Darrow
Dell Technologies is selling Spanning, a cloud backup company, to private equity firm Insight Venture Partners. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The move comes seven months after Dell completed its $63 billion purchase of EMC, and three years after the...
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Corporate Governance, Film Industry
When to Sell? Look at the HQ
The Wall Street JournalAndy Kessler
Rising above the San Francisco skyline, a few short blocks from where Mel Brooks filmed the Hitchcock “Vertigo” spoof “High Anxiety,” is the 1.6-million-square-foot Salesforce Tower, soon to be the company’s new headquarters and the second-tallest building west of the Mississippi. As...
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Accenture, Real Estate
San Francisco Skyline Remade by Tallest West Coast Office Tower
BloombergDavid M. Levitt
One of the most visible symbols of San Francisco’s technology-fueled boom is nearing completion and reshaping the city’s skyline. Builders laid the final beam yesterday for Salesforce Tower, a $1 billion skyscraper that now stands as the tallest office building west of...
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Salesforce.com
At Salesforce Tower Topping-Off, Diversity Is Top Topic
Inc.Salvador Rodriguez
This image is hidden. Clickto adjust visibility. AddImage A rabbi, an imam and a bishop walk into the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. That's not the setup for a joke. It was actually the scene Thursday in San Francisco as...
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Salesforce.com
Ralph Lauren Is the Latest Fashion Victim in a New Era for Retailers
BloombergStephanie Hoi-Nga Wong
Helen Gardner, shopping on New York’s Fifth Avenue with her boyfriend on Tuesday, left the Polo store without buying anything. “It’s quite old-fashioned,” said the 28-year-old visitor from London. “It’s not for the young crowd.” Then she lowered the boom. She’s bought...
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Salesforce.com, Venture Capital
Benioff to CEOs: Pick One Thing
Fortune MagazineEllen Mcgirt
Salesforce sure knows how to throw a party. Last night, Salesforce hosted an Equality Awards Gala at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., ahead of Equal Pay Day and announced some news of their own. Billie Jean...
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Corporate Governance, Fashion Design
Ralph Lauren to Close Flagship Polo Fifth Avenue Store, Cut Jobs
BloombergNick Turner
Ralph Lauren Corp., reeling from tumbling sales and profit, will close its flagship Polo store on Fifth Avenue, revamp its e-commerce operations and cut jobs in a $370 million shake-up. As part of the changes, Ralph Lauren will shift its digital operations...
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Finance, Salesforce.com
Why one tech giant is investing another $3 million to close its pay gap
Washington PostJena Mcgregor
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is candid about his company's pay gap and its efforts to fix it. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) content from wells fargo How parents can give their children the gift of a home By giving equity in a home now,...
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