Investing.com – Slack (NYSE:) rallied 6% after money manager Josh Brown talked up the productivity company as a “category killer,” and confirmed that he had scooped up more shares after its recent slide.
- “Slack has more than 720 customers paying them more than $100,000 a year,” Brown said on CNBC.
- During the five-day work week, average Slack users spend nine hours with the app open and 90 minutes actively using, he added.
- Brown said he doubled his position when shares dropped into the low $20s.
- Slack shares rallied 6%.
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