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Salesforce gives up his interest in Twitter

Parc_336 9 de October del 2016 Business

Twitter shares 6% yield on the stock market after Salesforce.com, one of the leading candidates to acquire the popular social network, has ruled out making a bid for the company.

Speaking to the Financial Times, the CEO of Salesforce.com, Mark Benioff, has indicated that the popular microblogging social network “does not fit” with the company he heads, which has led to a higher crash of a 7% for a few minutes in the Twitter shares.


The titles of Twitter accumulate a drop of 26% since last September, when rumors that the company might be acquired by Google or Salesforce, but the true is that Twitter increased its market value by more than 20%.

However, it has been reporting that other possible competitors such as Google or Salesforce or Disney were not planning to bid on the company, by other hand the company Apple is interested in the social network.

The shares of Twitter bid on a 36.46% below the price that debuted on the stock exchange on November 7, 2013, day which came to be above the level of $45. Per action

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