Slack, the popular online chat platform, has raised more than $4 billion from investors including General Electric, GE, and Intel.
The company has also been valued at $1.2 billion by the Wall Street Journal, which said that the funding will go toward expanding the service to more people around the world.
Slack, which was founded by Jack Dorsey, is widely considered to be the future of digital communication and video conferencing, thanks to its easy-to-use interface, and it’s a popular choice among businesses and consumers alike.
However, Slack’s business model has been criticized as it often has an unfair advantage over competitors, making it less attractive to tech companies.
As a result, companies like Facebook, Netflix, Google, and others have been investing heavily in its technology.
Slack is currently valued at more than a billion dollars, according to Bloomberg.
As the company continues to grow, it could expand its reach into more markets, including the United States, and perhaps beyond.
According to a recent survey conducted by technology market research firm Forrester, Slack is the most popular social media platform among people aged 25 to 49.
The survey also revealed that Slack’s popularity has grown to a whopping 2.5 billion monthly active users in the US alone.