Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield: 'I'm going to end up with a lot more money than I feel like I'm entitled to'
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As for the young people (and a lot of Slack's team are young developers) who are going to make millions from the company he founded, versus the fact that he had to work "s***ty jobs" when he was their age, he says that's not really great, either."There's something untoward, something incorrect -- I'm not sure exactly what the word is. Wait, I know: Unfair. There's something unfair in that," Butterfield said.
Butterfield also discussed the agony of shutting down Glitch, the online game that would pivot into becoming Slack, in 2012. He called the experience of laying off 37 employees while making plans to take the company somewhere profitable as "pretty traumatic" and "humiliating."
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