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Salesforce.com (CRM) CEO Marc Benioff re-adjusted $3 million to ensure women employees were paid the same as men.
Financial sponsors are steadily taking a stake in publicly traded companies as they look for creative, sustainable ways to make investments.
Deal-making continues to play a major role in the IoT's development as tech giants compete for landgrab opportunities.
The stock may need to retrace and regroup before continuing higher.
Jim Cramer looks at R.R. Donnelley's breakup and Salesforce.com's shopping list.
The market's getting nervous about the prospect of a Democratic landslide, says Jim Cramer.
It may be outdated, and some names can be ruled out, but at least one is intriguing.
ServiceNow, Tableau, Pegasystems and other enterprise software groups made Salesforce's list, while Twitter was conspicuously absent.
The names in Salesforce.com's leaked list of potential takeout targets have been kicked around for a long time, so don't get too excited about it, says Jim Cramer.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed; Yahoo!'s adjusted earnings top forecasts but revenue falls 14% in the third quarter; Intel guides to fourth-quarter revenue below consensus.
eBay is deploying its ShopBot on Facebook's Messenger platform.
The tech stock is undervalued but working to catch up to competitors in the cloud.
Twitter stock continues to drop as Salesforce is the latest potential buyer to decide not to buy.
Twitter keeps losing potential suitors, and Jim Cramer explains the risks to buying the social media company's shares.
Wall Street ended slightly higher Friday as a rally in the banking sector faded through the afternoon.
Wall Street end Friday slightly higher as a rally in the banking sector fades through the afternoon.
Banking stocks were in focus, after Wells Fargo, Citigroup and J.P. Morgan reported earnings on Friday.
Stocks rise on Friday afternoon after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen touted the benefits of running a 'high-pressure economy.'
Salesforce.com (CRM) has reportedly decided not to make a takeover offer for Twitter (TWTR).
If Twitter puts up a dreadful quarter, shares will sell off again.
Shares of Twitter climbed Tuesday on reports it is in M&A talks with Salesforce.
Wall Street sells off as a disappointing quarterly performance from Alcoa heralds a poor start to the third-quarter earnings season and crude oil retreats from highs.
The Supreme Court heard arguments from Apple and Samsung over a patent-infringement case.
On days like this, the money just keeps sloshing around.
Stock losses accelerate on Tuesday afternoon as a disappointing quarterly performance from Alcoa heralds a poor start to the third-quarter earnings season.
Tradebird users weigh in with their opinions on different stocks, indices and assets. Sentiment is turning bullish on Twitter (TWTR), but Applied Materials (AMAT) doesn't seem to garner much optimism.
Jim Cramer says major changes need to occur at Twitter in order to save the struggling social media giant, including a major overhaul of its technology infrastructure