Slack Goes Public Via Direct Listing, Five NY1 TV Anchors File Suit

  • SLACK GOES PUBLIC: Everyone's favorite messaging app went public this week using a direct listing instead of an initial public offering, which means that it has no underwriters. CNBC reported on how quickly the firm's stock soared following the listing.

  • SHE'S POWERFUL: One of the most powerful women in the hedge fund industry doesn't manage money, The Wall Street Journal reports. Instead, she's a recruiter.

  • QUEEN JODIE: We can't wait for the Daria revamp, which centers on Jodie Landon, Daria's smart, resonant pal from the initial series. Neither can Man Repeller.

  • LAWSUIT: Five NY1 television anchors are suing their employer for sex and age discrimination, the New York Times reports.

  • VC GAP: The venture capital fundraising gap is worse for deep-tech startups run by women, according to Bloomberg.