- Forbes•8 minutes ago
Video Word is the Gold Standard for creating written content. There are rivals out there, but they all strive to be compatible with Word and they all fall short in some (or many) ways. That doesn’t mean Microsoft is content to just bask in its own glory. Today, Microsoft unveiled new
- American City Business Journals•35 minutes ago
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff would have bid as much as $26 billion for business networking site LinkedIn, VentureBeat reports, after parsing through a new LinkedIn securities filing. Dubbed "Party A" in the SEC filing, it's clear that Benioff was willing to raise San Francisco-based Salesforce (CRM)'s bid and changed its terms if it had been given the chance to do so by LinkedIn, which eventually sold to Microsoft for $26.2 billion. “Reflecting on the additional proposals it made after LinkedIn and Microsoft agreed to exclusivity, the email indicated that Party A would have bid much higher and made changes to the stock/cash components of its offers, but it was acting without communications from LinkedIn,” the filing says.
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|Ask||57.00 x 2600|
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