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Salesforce acquires Slack for over $27 billion, marking cloud software vendor’s largest deal ever – CNBC

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has been on an acquisition spree in recent years, buying Tableau and MuleSoft.

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Marc Benioff, founder, chairman and CEO of enterprise cloud computing company Salesforce.
Salesforce is making the biggest acquisition in its 21-year history, announcing on Tuesday that it’s buying chat software developer Slack for over $27 billion.
Through a combination of cash and stock, Salesforce is purchasing Slack for $26.79 a share and .0776 shares of Salesforce, according to a statement. That comes to about $45.86 a share. Prior to initial reports of a deal last week, which led to a 38%…

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