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Right now, Salesforce's acquiring slack.
The deal will cost nearly $28 billion in cash and stock, and after it closes, Slack will become an operating unit of Salesforce Slacks.
Current CEO Stewart Butterfield will continue to lead the platform after the acquisition is complete.
Both companies say they believe the deal will transform the way people work.
As more companies shift to remote and remote hybrid operations permanently, Qualcomm is showing off the power of its new smartphone chip.
The Snapdragon 8 88 adds a third image signal processor, and Qualcomm says that means powerful performance upgrades for top and devices, including enhanced photo and video capability.
Qualcomm doesn't manufacture its own smartphones, but companies that use snapdragon chips include Google, LG and Samsung.
And finally, the National Labor Relations Board is alleging Google broke US labor law by surveilling and subsequently firing employees who organized protests against the company.
When the employees in question where originally fired Google said they violated company policy, but the NLRB says some of those policies are unlawful.
At the time this story was written, Google had not responded to requests for comment.
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