The Federal Trade Commission says it received nearly 300,000 identity-theft complaints from consumers last year, easily outpacing gripes about debt collectors, banks and mobile service providers.
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The two tech giants have been "invited" to discuss in-app purchase transparency with the European Commission.
Splunk's fourth quarter earnings fell short of expectations as the company adds sales capacity to chase demand.
After joining Salesforce in 2007, Smith has been CFO since March 2008.
Wall Street was expecting Salesforce to report fourth quarter non-GAAP earnings of six cents a share on revenue of $1.13 billion.