Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff talks about trust, worker uprisings, and the time he tripped and decided not to buy Twitter
Benioff has become a prominent critic of social networks, which he has accused of acting irresponsibly. Last week, and not for the first time, he called Facebook “the new cigarettes,” and called for Section 230 to be abolished. (As Alex Kantrowitz pointed out at the time, this would create a lot of problems for Salesforce’s lawyers.)
Possibly related to all this, Benioff has a new book out. It’s called Trailblazer, and it presents a kind of have-your-cake-and-eat-it-too approach to business leadership in which doing the right thing is always hard, but always creates the most value in the end.
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