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Who Will Buy This Wonderful Social Network? There Must Be Someone Who Will Buy!

Salesforce has dropped out of conversations to buy Twitter, the Financial Times reported on Friday, leaving Slate's Moneybox team as the only bidder with any standing. (Just kidding. Maybe after shares drop a little more.) "In this case we’ve walked away. It wasn’t the right fit for us," Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff told the FT. Sources at Twitter told the paper that the sales process is virtually dead.
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