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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer again sat down with Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of Salesforce.com Inc. (CRM) , the cloud computing giant that on Wednesday posted a-penny-a-share earnings beat.

Benioff said that Salesforce had another blowout quarter and is the faster company ever to reach $10 billion in revenue. Europe remains a growth opportunity for the company, he said, with companies like Adidas using the Saleforce platform to connect and interact with their customers like never before.

Benioff has also been a vocal critic of the technology industry, calling on tech CEOs to "lead with values." He said that CEOs must take responsibility for their technology and know if it's addictive or is manipulating customers or society as a whole. Trust is the most important thing for a CEO, Benioff said.

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