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Twitter trolls were part of the reason why Salesforce walked away from a deal (CRM, TWTR)

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff finally killed all rumors of a potential Twitter acquisition on Friday when he told the Financial Times that it's "not the right fit" for his company. Benioff said a lot of things, like that Twitter's price, and work culture, contributed to his decision to walk away from a deal. Part of it also likely had to do with the pressure from investors, as Salesforce stock plummeted after it was reported to be interested in buying Twitter.
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