Salesforce.com Inc (CRM) Common Stock USD0.001
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14 October 2016 19:04
(ShareCast News) - Salesforce.com will not table a bid for social media giant Twitter.com, the Financial Times reported, sending shares in the latter crashing.
10 October 2016 14:27
(ShareCast News) - Social media company Twitter fell more than 13% in Monday's premarket trading as it emerged at the weekend that high-profile parties were not interested in tabling bids.
7 October 2016 10:28
(ShareCast News) - Marc Benioff, chief executive officer of Salesforce.com, has hit out at executives at Microsoft for being "anti-competitive" in its acquisition of social network LinkedIn.
4 October 2016 09:51
(ShareCast News) - San Francisco startup Krux has agreed to be taken over by Salesforce.com Inc in a deal thought to be worth in the region of $700m, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
27 September 2016 10:00
(ShareCast News) - Walt Disney Co. is reported to be weighing up the possibility of a bid for struggling social media company Twitter, and according to sources from Bloomberg has hired a financial adviser to...
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