Salesforce is acquiring Mulesoft. While the price seems high, there is a unique opportunity to be the integration layer in enterprise software.
Unsurprisingly, no one wants to buy Twitter, which will likely muddle long. Then, Amazon’s deal with VMWare makes a ton of sense for Amazon in particular; the company is also experimenting with convenience stores and music subscriptions.
More on Uber and Didi, and why the evaluation of this deal depends on the lens you use. Then, why Salesforce bought Quip, and what that says about both enterprise startups and Salesforce versus Microsoft.
Good morning, It’s World Cup day! I couldn’t be more excited (even if I shouldn’t be) – I even have a World Cup related update. On to the update: Twitter’s World Cup Starter Kits Twitter is trying out some interesting new features designed to drive engagement during the World Cup. From Alexis Madrigal at the […]