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It looks Marc Benioff does have reason to worry about the LinkedIn-Microsoft deal (MSFT, LNKD, CRM)

Although Microsoft executive vice president Scott Guthrie has said that Microsoft will share LinkedIn data with other software makers after it completes its acquisition, the devil is in the details. Apparently one devilish detail is that Microsoft is talking with other software makers like SugarCRM about giving them direct access to a small portion of LinkedIn's data, reports The Information's Steve Nellis.
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