Slack is set to make an unorthodox public debut as the latest money-losing tech company to hit the market
Shares of the workplace messaging app Slack are expected to begin trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange.
Slack, the latest high-profile, unprofitable technology company to make its public debut this year.
Slack is going public by way of a an atypical "direct listing" process, as opposed to the traditional route of an initial public offering.
The NYSE set Slack's reference point of $26 per share on Wednesday.