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Microsoft's chief of partnerships: 'We never said we weren't going to compete' with Salesforce

While Salesforce has been pounding its chest to try and convince regulators to intervene in Microsoft's $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn, Microsoft has been fighting back. The latest lob is from Peggy Johnson, Microsoft's executive vice president who handles partnerships and acquisitions. Speaking at the GeekWire Summit in Seattle, Johnson was asked about the situation between the two companies.
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