CFRA’s John Freeman on Salesforce’s Q1 earnings

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CFRA research analyst John Freeman joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss Salesforce first-quarter earnings as it beat estimates, calling it “impressive.” The company also raised its guidance.

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