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Microsoft to Salesforce: Game on (CRM, MSFT)

As Salesforce bites its nails and tries to convince regulators to do some intervening in Microsoft's LinkedIn acquisition, Microsoft is pulling its boxing gloves on.  In an emailed statement, Microsoft’s chief legal officer Brad Smith made it clear that Microsoft was ready to spark a price war and "bring competition" to the cloud market that Salesforce dominates, customer relationship management (CRM) software.
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