Reuters Shares of Slack Technologies Inc tumbled 14%, wiping out nearly all their gains since the company’s listing in July, after the workplace messaging firm warned of slower revenue growth amid intensifying competition. The business focused messaging and communications platform, which went public through a direct listing, managed to post a smaller than expected loss in its first report as a public company. But expenses are taking a toll. Slack is trying to become the main source of...

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