147.00 -0.84 (-0.57%)
Pre-market: 4:27AM EDT
|Bid||146.20 x 900|
|Ask||147.45 x 1100|
|Day's range||145.76 - 148.19|
|52-week range||87.26 - 148.70|
|PE ratio (TTM)||233.19|
|Earnings date||20 Aug 2018 - 24 Aug 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||150.03|
Investors in Salesforce.com, Inc. (CRM) need to pay close attention to the stock based on moves in the options market lately.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco voters will decide in November whether to tax large businesses to pay for homeless and housing services, an issue that set off a battle in another West Coast city struggling with income inequality.
Salesforce.com Inc., a cloud-based applications software company, is buying Datorama Inc. in an effort to boost its analytics capabilities and compete against rivals like Adobe Systems Inc. and Oracle Corp. Datorama provides cloud-based, artificial intelligence-powered marketing software for companies including PepsiCo, Ticketmaster, Unilever and Foursquare. The New York-based company, founded in 2012 by Ran Sarig, Katrin Ribant, and Efi Cohen, has previously integrated its software into Alexa, Amazon’s voice-activated assistant.
Salesforce (CRM) brings the next generation of Service Cloud Einstein to the market and combines customer relationship management with artificial intelligence for enhanced experience.
Salesforce.com (CRM), the cloud-computing darling, should meet the high end of its forecast when the company reports results in late August, according to a note to clients today from JMP Securities’ Patrick Walravens. Walravens, who has a Market Outperform rating on Salesforce stock, raised his price target to $163 from $140, after speaking with an “industry source” that he describes as a “competitor and occasional partner,” who told him the company is "firing on all cylinders,” and that its customers have "a perception that [Salesforce is] good to do business with [and]... cares about how customers do." The source, Walravens writes, “expressed some personal skepticism on the latter point,” about customer care, but "conceded that, 'for now, it's really working’." That suggests to Walravens that Salesforce can hit the high end of its “billings” outlook, which ranges from $2.888 billion to $2.97 billion.
Earlier this year, Dropbox (DBX) announced a strategic partnership with leading CRM (customer relationship management) firm Salesforce. Dropbox stated that it will integrate Salesforce’s CRM platform with its collaboration platform to enable enterprises to connect with customers across verticals including sales, marketing, service, and commerce.
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Cloud computing giants like Amazon and Salesforce.com are grabbing a bigger share of enterprise spending on information technology, Goldman Sachs said Monday in a report on IT spending trends.
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Salesforce.com Inc. Chief Executive Officer Marc Benioff rejected calls from employees to reconsider business ties with U.S. Customs and Border Protection over the separation of immigrant families, saying the company’s software isn’t involved in the agency’s policy at the U.S.-Mexico border. It is immoral,” Benioff wrote Wednesday in a memo to Salesforce employees obtained by Bloomberg News.
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Several Silicon Valley CEOs expressed disappointment in the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Tuesday to uphold President Trump’s travel ban.
Petition asks Marc Benioff to re-examine contracts, speak out against border policyBloomberg NewsMarc Benioff, chairman and chief executive officer of Salesforce.com Inc., speaks in May. Hundreds of Salesforce.com Inc. employees have reportedly signed a petition asking Chief Executive Marc Benioff to re-evaluate the company’s contracts with U.S. Customs and Border Protection in response to the Trump administration’s recent border crackdown. Bloomberg News reported Monday that at least 650 Salesforce (CRM) employees have signed the petition in the past week.
Hundreds of Salesforce.com Inc. employees signed a letter to Chief Executive Officer Marc Benioff criticizing the company’s contracts with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency, the latest in a series of staff protests at technology firms over government work. The letter said staff recently learned that the CBP is using three Salesforce products to recruit and "manage border activities." The agency is one of several that implement and enforce Trump administration immigration policies at the U.S.-Mexico border, including one that separated families. President Donald Trump signed an order stopping the practice last week, although there’s confusion over how authorities will handle enforcement and reunite families.
The MuleSoft acquisition stole the headlines, but another overlooked purchase has management equally excited.
America's most-admired chief executives are well represented by the tech industry (26 out of 100) but not by women (only eight). Career site Glassdoor's list of the top-100 CEOs, as voted by employees anonymously, is topped by Eric Yuan of Zoom Video Communications. Three other tech CEOs--Daniel Springer of DocuSign (DOCU), Jeff Weiner of Microsoft (MSFT) unit LinkedIn, and Marc Benioff of Salesforce.com (CRM)--landed in the top 10.