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Slack the productivity chat tool used by more than 10 million daily active users has filed confidential plans to go public with the SEC.
Last year the company was valued at $7 billion and 2019 could wind up being the year of tech IPO's, AirBnB, Pinterest, Uber, and Lyft All plan on going public this year as well.
Spotify is making big moves in the world of podcasting.
the company just acquired Gimlet and Anchor, bolstering in house podcast offerings, and positioning Spotify to become a major leader in podcast creation and producing.
It's estimated that Spotify paid $230 million for Gimlet.
And finally according to a Tweet by Tesla CEO Elon Musk a model now costs as little as $35,000 when factoring in incentives and tax credits.
Perhaps it's some creative myth but a regular price cut of $1,100 helped get the claim out there.
So long incentives do change depending on your location.
It's safe to say that when it comes to savings, the mileage may vary.
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