The billionaire Salesforce CEO denounced the social media company for refusing to take down fake political ads.
San Francisco has "the best technology example in the world and yet the worst homelessness," Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said in Davos.
And tech CEOs from Twitter and Salesforce are arguing about it on social media.
The new owners will not be involved in day-to-day operations or editorial decisions.
The tech company pledged to donate $250,000 to the group RAICES to help separated families.
To get the results you want, you must change policy; not just change people’s minds.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has tried to keep quiet, but this week may have been too much.
Now is the time to think in a new way and apply new tactics and expand to include new people.
This week's episode of "By The Numbers" focuses on the presumptive GOP nominee.
Taking the high road.
Though Marc Benioff fought for LGBT rights, he's mum on the presumptive GOP nominee.
Marc Benioff, already fighting a similar bill in Georgia, plans to enlist Bank of America's chief executive to help him.
www.McLeodandMore.com Lisa@McLeodandMore.com I live in Atlanta, the city that in 1966 was dubbed "too busy to hate." That