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Salesforce says Microsoft-LinkedIn deal threatens future innovation, will work with regulators to oppose deal

Salesforce believes Microsoft's proposed acquisition of LinkedIn is anti competitive and will work with regulators to make the case, Salesforce's chief legal officer confirms to ZDNet.
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