Salesforce COO: Organic Businesses Has Never Been Stronger

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May.27 — Salesforce.com Inc. Chief Operating Officer Bret Taylor discusses the company’s financial results, outlook and strategy. The top maker of cloud-based customer relations software projected annual profit that would top analysts’ estimates, suggesting increased purchasing by companies emerging from the pandemic. In the fiscal first quarter, sales jumped 23% to $5.96 billion. Taylor speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”

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