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The real reason Salesforce is complaining to regulators about the Microsoft-Linkedin deal

Salesforce lost its bid to buy LinkedIn when LinkedIn decided to sell itself to Microsoft for$26.2 billion. But Salesforce still hasn't given up on getting what it wants: access to LinkedIn's treasure trove of data. Salesforce has been lodging protests with regulators over the deal in the US and in Europe, as first reported by the New York Times and confirmed by Business Insider.
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