Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff will not be bidding on Twitter

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff will not be bidding on Twitter

After Google and Disney decided to remove themselves from bidding on Twitter, Salesforce deleted itself from the list too. Yes, Marc Benioff CEO Salesforce announced during an interview with Financial Times “that it will not be bidding on Twitter”.

Though not everyone inside Twitter is cheerful about a possible sale, yet Twitter pushed to have a sale decision by October 27th. This would be a tough decision for people inside Twitter specially when the user growth falls flat and struggles to make profitable sales.


Looking more into the insight of making a decision on this, there has been an internal heated discussion going on whether to be independent or own a new owner. This can be matched up with scenario of a child when he loses everybody from his family and has to decide whether opt for step parents or stay independent.

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A large amount of discussion has been going on for twitter. According to Jack Dorsey, CEO Bloomberg suggests Twitter to lead by its own. However co-founder and board member Ev Williams suggests an getting hold of would be ideal.

Until the publication of this article we have not yet received any comments from Twitter on Benioff’s statement for Twitter.

But for sure, Twitter Inc faces an uncertain future for now.

Source: VentureBeat

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