‘I think Docusign would be really valuable for Salesforce,’ says RBC’s Jaluria

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Rishi Jaluria, RBC analyst, joins ‘TechCheck’ to discuss which names seem the most likely of M&A activity, if today’s regulatory environment is good for M&A and why Zoom and DocuSign are attractive buyout targets.

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