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Twitter: CNBC’s Cramer Won’t Even Check His ‘Mentions’ Today

Following the collapse of Twitter (TWTR) as one likely bidder, (CRM), signaled it will not bid, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said he won’t check his “mentions file” because of the invective directed against him. Cramer’s discussion on CNBC made reference to an article Friday by The Financial Times’s Richard Waters, Hannah Kuchler, and James Fontanelle-Khan, in which Salesforce’s CEO, Marc Benioff, was quoted saying “in this case we’ve walked away” from Twitter.
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