Salesforce shuns Brexit uncertainty with $2.5bn UK investment

Tom Wright
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Vendor says it will generate $65bn of new business with partners in the UK over the next five years

Salesforce will invest $2.5bn in the UK over the next five years despite the uncertainty surrounding Brexit. In an announcement this morning, Salesforce said the funding will bolster its UK busi...

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