The company, which makes software for businesses to better manage relationships with customers, is throwing a conference in San Francisco this week -- which the unusually quiet Newsom actually bothered to tweet about.
Welcome attendees of salesforce.com conference-18,000 expected- big boost to city-great company/very philanthropic- HQ in SF
And while not exactly philanthropy, the company is actually planning to continue hiring human beings and paying them living wages.
On which news, of course, Salesforce saw its share price fall even as it reported profits that matched analyst expectations.
Since clearly Wall Street wants us all unemployed and posting updates on our misery online so advertising can be better targeted to us.
Photo by Asa Mathat.
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