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Why Japanese Telecom Giant SoftBank Could Buy Twitter

Twitter is quickly becoming tech’s billion-dollar hot potato with Salesforce being the last to decline buying the 140-character social media platform. This could openthe door for a potential bid from Japan’s Softbank, which has previously stated interest, has money to spend and incentives to acquire it. Here are some of the [...]
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