Salesforce CEO on Fighting Poverty in San Francisco

March 7 (Bloomberg) -- Salesforce is turning 15. However, instead of a party, the company's Chief Executive Marc Benioff is focusing on ending poverty. Today, the philanthropic tech leader announced the implementation of SF Gives. The nonprofit hopes to raise $10 million in the next 60 days for antipoverty programs in the Bay Area. Bloomberg's Cory Johnson spoke with Marc Benioff. (Source: Bloomberg)

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